Mind if I divert to another aspect of it? As I studied it I was struck by an issue I recently struggled with in a photo. That issue is the horizon line. The line that you 'balance' the photo off of. If you know what I mean. In this capture by its angle to the subject and the lines through out it, there does not seem to be a definite horizon line. So, may I ask? How did you figure out what horizon line you took? Grid lines in the viewfinder is not enough in cases like this I've found. So what method did you use to determine the horizon line? Thanks.
I have been away for several months; I appreciate everyone's comments. I am a novice photographer, and I am learning "Hands on." Concerning Bobweb's question, I was framing the fountain and was going more by the view than the horizon. Does that make sense?