The dictionary defines perspective in several ways; one being "the appearance to the eye of objects in respect to their relative distance. In the last blog, I shared a picture taken of Aquinnah, taken from atop the cliffs, on Martha's Vineyard. In this blog, I take you to the bottom of the same cliffs for a different perspective. In travel photography, images are enhanced and given a third dimension by placing something in the foreground. In this way, the viewer feels the depth, distance, and size of what the travel photographer is experiencing and sharing in the moment. Enjoy these moments at the base of the cliffs of Aquinnah. Search for foreground in your next travel photography destination and reset your perspective.