Trio

The Rule of Three is a principle used in various aspects of design. People incorporate it in photography (rule of thirds) architecture, interior and graphic design. The basic idea of the rule is that details and objects that are arranged or grouped in odd numbers are more appealing, memorable, and effective than even-numbered pairings. While it is easier to create symmetry by balancing elements in twos, odd numbers create harmony and force movement and visual interest.

The Rule of Three is a writing principle also that suggests that things that come in threes are inherently funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than other numbers of things. But that’s for another post. 

The images below are different examples of trio I selected for you. All taken by yours truly. Enjoy.

Trio of Bikers

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Trio Of Clematis Flowers

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Trio of windmills

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Trio of images

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Trio of singers

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Trio of small fountains

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Trio of horses all in different colors

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Trio of  tiny eye catching flowers

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And finally, a double trio of lighted orbs I found in garden center

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I hope you have enjoyed viewing the selection. Till next week.

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2 thoughts on “Trio

  1. Janice Wald says:

    Hi,
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