On a photo forum I frequent, a member posted a quite good landscape pic his 13-yr-old daughter snapped. His daughter, he said, has very little experience with photography and used his Nikon d200, for the first time, to snap the photo. The Dad explained that he did insist his daughter read the camera's manual. (+1 for that.)
What made the girl's image notable and interesting--it's a shot of a weather vane atop a tower--were its compositional elements: Interesting angle, leading lines, diagonals via a Dutch angle, negative space, a nod to Rule of Thirds. READ MORE?