From a vertical perspective, the bottom half to 2/3’s of this photo is dark with the silhouette of the tree tops completing the upper third of the space. The photograph also serves to illustrate the Rule of Thirds with the two tree tops occupying the upper left third of the ‘grid’.
I like the distribution of the weight of the fence posts as they run somewhat diagonally throughout the image.
This tree arches gracefully to position itself into various thirds of the frame.
Husband standing tall in the bottom left of the frame with the wooden bridge spanning (not quite) toward the upper right of the photo.
This rusty, old bridge takes up most of the image with the black and yellow diagonal road sign signaling a clear ‘stop’ to visually yield two-thirds of the image to the left and a kind of dead space to the right.