Subjects that move along parallel lines can be interesting, and that is why I made today's image. In this case I framed the image using the gravel walking path in the center, and made sure that the railway line that the train was moving on came into the frame around the middle of the right edge. As a result both of these parallel paths head off and almost disappear into the left middle part of the frame. This is an example of when you could use the rule of thirds, but choose to ignore it. This image conveys the story well on it's own, so I'll leave it at that for today.