Within the accepted bounds of photography one is taught never to place the horizon in the centre of an image. We are taught to work to thirds, a long established guideline for a visually pleasing image. However, I like the stark manner in which the centrefold breaks the picture into two. It offers a clear divide and focus. It seeks its own pleasure and imposes no preconceived notions on the viewer. There is sense of space, of nothingness and of a canvas left empty enough for one to find their own meaning.