A few days ago, I realized that my last images on Instagram were very similar to each other. Compositionally, I mean.
The subject was different, the location was different, the time of the day they were taken was different.
The composition technique was the same, though: a line going through the frame -in this case from top left to bottom right- splitting it in two, one part being empty (and dark) space and the other showing the actual subject.
Those subjects are as different as the Golden Gate bridge, Mt Hood, a lighthouse, a vulture and a deer. For some reason I decided to frame them all the same way. And they all are very recent images of mine.
Was it just coincidence? Maybe a "compositional phase"? Is that even a thing?