While at the local rodeo, I had the opportunity to take pictures from just behind the fence. During the tie-down roping event, I was shooting through the fence at an angle. I was struggling to get any good pictures because of the fencing, but with some adjustments and perseverance, I successfully captured a forced perspective image.
I don't usually keep images that have objects blurring the foreground like the fence is here, but after editing, something about the forced perspective it creates really stuck out to me. The more that I look at it, the more appealing this photo has become to me. I have grown to really enjoy not only the way it pushed me to overcome challenges on the fly but also the uniqueness of it.