The Rule of Thirds is a design term used when an object is not centered, but instead has visual tension because its placement creates movement within the frame.
On our farm, a good herding/guarding dog, like my Tomboy, is never at the center. She frames things differently, too. Instead she is on the move around the edges because it’s her job to guard the center. And that center is always me.
Headed to the barn with Tomboy.
Anna Blake, Infinity Farm.