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Mow Cop ‘Castle’ is a Folly situated on the Cheshire-Staffordshire border in England. This image is also used as an element in the photo montage image of King Arthur elsewhere on this blog. I am not sure that I have done much if anything to this image in Photoshop. In this more classic landscape image we can see the use of the ‘rule of thirds’. If you divide the image into thirds by drawing lines both horizontally and vertically, the points where the lines cross form key focal points for balancing the composition of this image.