Everyone going away their own way.
BREAKING THE RULES
Compositional conventions desire subjects going into the frame/picture so that the eyes of the beholder are led into the photograph. What if all subjects/elements are GOING AWAY from the picture itself?
There's this unbearable tension caused within the frame which might make the eyes of the beholder stuck up within the frame as if caught in a Black Hole.
Most frustrating day is today regarding the payment of a wedding shot. I always negotiate the charges before the shot - all extra charges to be added latter on. However, these adamant new clients commit some kind of betrayal which I won't take up lightly. I just wanted to let fly at something and the photograph did reflect the unease and tension within.
Note : Day of TWOs and ZEROs (See EXIF)
Footnote : If the same scene was shot with the Nikon D200, then it might be :- NIKON D200 : f/20: 1/200" : 200mm : ISO:200