My wife and I recently spent 3 days visiting the remote reaches of Farewell Spit - that's at the very top tip of New Zealand's South Island. We were part of a large group of volunteers pulling out wilding pines for the Department of Conversation, but I spent a fair chunk of time "working" behind my camera.
This is one of those times when it pays to have your camera handy. We were sheltering from heavy rain, when someone yelled at me "grab your camera"... which I did (obviously).
They call this something profound like 'the decisive moment'.
I just like the beautiful side lighting on this restored lighthouse, and the way it's framed by the rainbow. And, yeah, it happens to use the Rule of Thirds.
What do you think? Is this a good composition - or not? Feel free to comment.