My submission for this is below:
|Daisy: ISO 200 105mm f7.1 1/125|
Here there is strong movement from the much darker area in the bottom right through to the lighter area in the top left where I positioned the daisy (and attendant bee). The flower is positioned close to the edge and this gives strong movement to the photograph.
|Elk: ISO 400 105mm f4 1/125|
Here I positioned the subject centrally in the frame as shown by the division lines. The elk was a wooden, almost two-dimensional "sculpture" which I came across in the woods at Marks Hall in Essex. As such I considered that it was apt for the subject, the "point" to be central. However, there is a secondary frame created by the trees which I have drawn above and this seems to reposition the point to a lower, off-centre position.
|Castle window: ISO 1600 28mm f5.6 1/30|
Taken in Castle Hedingham, this, I consider to be the strongest image of the trio. A point of light seems to be a very powerful "draw", but also in this photograph this is reinforced or strengthened by the use of the diagonals which lead to the window. The point is positioned slightly off-centre and this provides the movement and depth to the image.