Nine Months of Gridlock

Michelle W. challenged us to make the grid the star of our photographs. Many pictures I’ve seen this week showcased windows and fences and other architectural features, and I must admit I almost hauled my open-backed bookshelf outdoors for a sunrise. While photographers bend, break, and shatter the Rule of Thirds, I find myself following a vastly different and much more inflexible grid: my grade book.

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