At 13, Francesca Woodman triggered the camera remotely to capture an image of such elegant composition that it currently hangs in the Guggenheim.
Notice the interplay of shapes and tones; the diagonally braced wall and the white door with embedded circles behind her, the shadowed vertical wall studs in the upper right corner, the dark wooden backrail of the sofa providing a strong horizontal line at the 2/3rds point, the texture and pattern of her sweater and the angle of the light as it bounces off her arms and hair.
Notice that her hand is in the vortex at the center of this square, (not rectangular,) photo. All these things speak to us in the languages of Shape and Proximity while the central subject, the girl herself, speaks to us symbolically.
Each of us has captured an image like this. I call it Accidental Magic.
But Francesca did it again and again. Her photographs are not accidental.