Exercise Real and implied triangles (page 90)

Real triangles

A subject which is triangular (it can be a detail of something larger)

2 examples:

1. The Lord Mayor of Bristol’s hat

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2. The church of St Martin’s in the Field in Trafalgar Square:

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A triangle by perspective converging to the top:

The row of classic cars

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An inverted triangle by perspective converging towards the bottom:

In this photo there is an inverted triangle at the bottom of the building created by the perspective:

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Implied triangles

Still life arrangement of five or six objects making a triangle with the apex at the top

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Still life arrangement of five or six objects making an inverted triangle with the apex at the bottom

 

I have included 2 photos due to the different angles I have taken the photos

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Three people arranged in a group picture with their faces making a triangle

Here two nuns and a statue whose faces make a triangle:
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