Real and implied triangles
Two sets of triangular compositions were created one using ‘real’ triangles, the other making ‘implied triangles.
A real triangle as part of an old water mill
A triangle by perspective – the top of a large building in Edinburgh
Creating an inverted triangle, also by perspective, converging towards the bottom of the frame – stone framework in the entrance to the Scottish Parliament Building.
A still-life arrangement to produce a triangle with the apex at the top
A still-life arrangement to produce a triangle that is inverted, with the apex at the bottom
Three people in a group in such a way that their faces or lines of their bodies makes a triangle – two couples plus one plant creating an implied inverted triangle.