here. His second post appeared last weekend, tackling the subject of various types of layers as a compositional technique, with 19 photographs as illustration of his points. For this post I have picked a beauty by my Flickr friend cormend, of which Rick wrote: "Despite the obviousness of tone and prominence, it is not the foreground which stands out to the viewer of this image at first glance. It is the enormity of the mountain that peeks through the clouds. We need only that glimpse of it to realise how it dominates." Like the first, highly recommended to expand your compositional horizon.