This link leads to a photo that i took while i was on a walk with my digital photography class in Jon Jay park in New York City. I appreciate the perspective of this picture becasue it is because of the perspective that you can get so much detail out of the one scene. If i had taken this photo of the statue from a straight on frontal view, I not only would have only captured one side of the statue, but I also would have failed to capture much of the other detail of the picture. For instance, the length of the shadows of the trees stretching into the background would have been lost, as would have been the brightness of the sun on the tree, and the angle at which the sun was hitting the statue. In reality, this picture was only possible due to the angle at which I took it as well as the time of day (mid-morning), because it was the combination of those two elements that led to the shadows and the lighting that are visible due to the angle of the photo.