By the way, I found out what the "location" of a Line is. It is very boring
but here goes.
"The control exercised over the measure, type, or direction of a line can be
enhanced or diminished by its specific location. According to its placement,
a line can serve to unify or divide, balance or unbalance a pictorial area. A
diagonal line might be soaring or plunging, depending upon its high or low
position relative to the frame. The various attributes of line can act in
concert toward one goal or can serve separate roles of expression and design.
A fully developed work, therefore, may recognize and use all physical
properties, although it is also possible that fewer than the total number can
be successfully used. This is true largely because of the dual role of these
properties. For instance, unity in a work might be achieved by repetition of
line length, at the same time that variety is being created through
difference in the line's width, medium, or other properties." pgs. 80, 81. ART
FUNDAMENTALS Theory And Practice. Written by, Ocvirk, Stinson, Wigg,
Bone, Cayton. 8th. edition.