Ogden Point in Victoria is a large breakwater designed to protect the port in Victoria but it has a large walkway paved on to the top of it. There are no railings or other distracting visual elements except for a lighthouse positioned at the far end. It makes for an interesting compositional element and I decided to use it as a context for a portrait of my daughter. I got right down on the ground and the relatively wide angle of the lens stretched the pat almost all the way across the bottom of the frame. The path quickly narrows of to the vanishing point, pulling your eye into the frame. I thought about perhaps removing the person in the white jacket from the picture but I like the way that they give a sense of size and perspective. Without the tiny people far out on the path your eye would not have a way to understand the distances that are involved.
I did another very different portrait at Ogden Point that used the breakwater in a very different yet equally striking way. You can see it here.