When we think about the photograph, we need to think about the various layers that exist. The positions of items and of course the vocabulary for the various items and actions contained within.
The areas that are defined in this photo appear to be rigid, but in reality they can be more subjective, and we will also need to carefully choose our prepositions to explain exactly where each item is in each section.
(Before we start, a quick note on spelling. I am British, so I spell the word centre ending in RE. Americans and other dialects will spell the word Center.)
The Preposition “In”
When we describe a photograph, much of the time we can use the simple present, as the photograph itself exists and the information in the photograph is true now, and always will be.
- There is a Delta Airlines aircraft IN the centre of the photo -OR- In the centre of the photo there is a Delta Airline aircraft.
- There are busses IN the bottom left of the photograph
- I can see the ground IN the bottom right of the photograph. The ground is dry!
More Preposistions of Place
Photos to Describe
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