What is Anacoluthia? Well, it's a syntactical device, as in the seeming lack of grammatical logic in a sentence. It's used by writers as a mixed style for a specific effect. For example, "Bring the beer... are the toilets clean?" Two other such tools are also deployed by writers: 1. Parataxis, another such device, to increase the tempo of the narrative, by eliminating conjunctions. For example, "I came. I saw. I conquered," and 2. Hypotaxis is syntactical subordination: hypotatic or adjective followed by a supporting subject-verb phrase. You're probably itching to ask what does all this have to do with photography? Quite a bit, depending on your perspective! You see,
photographers, like writers, visualize for a living, and, they actually share the same vocational idiom. It's rather negligent of us, if we cannot, being the observers we are, see how syntactical tools can become malleable intriguing photographic concepts.