If you understand perspective, proportion and have an eye you can create things of simple beauty, like this set of photographs on page three of the Mirror today. The pictures were taken by 22-year-old Kosovan Adrian Limani and the figure playing with the Moon is his younger brother. Limani says: "All I need is my imagination, my brother and, of course, my camera." You can see a much sharper version on screen here.
The Times also used the "football" shot on page 23, just before the comment section. But as a stand-alone double column sandwiched between a murder charge and monkey sex, it doesn't have the same magic. What a shame the set wasn't given the space made available for the half-page puff for the Phoenix Dance Theatre on the previous right-hander.
On a personal note, this set particularly appeals to me because it reminds me of my much-missed former colleague, Rick Beeston, who posted a joyous set of photographs on Facebook after a holiday in Egypt just two months before he died last year. I hope his wonderful wife, Natasha Fairweather, won't mind me publishing one here just to remind us all what a great bloke he was.