Sometimes perspective is thrust upon us. In this picture I found myself creeping around a small pueblo village the middle of the night. Creeping, slinking and sneaking are attributes any photographer worth their salt is good at. Only a few porch lights came on as I did mine. I found myself in a small dirt ally way wedged between a pueblo house and the wall seen in this picture. The area was too small to work and provided few perspectives. In this case, I wanted to get the crosses in, as well as the bells, as major elements in the frame. As I approached the area I noticed the ambient light coming from the street light. It provided an interesting shadow on the wall and overall ambient light to the scene. The shadow worked well with the other lines and provided an interesting element to the overall scene. I still needed to fight converging lines and elements so I got this somewhat unusual perspective.