One of the interesting studies about composition is vanishing points. You can use them in your photographs to lead the viewer’s eyes to your main subject. I took this photo at the Art Museum yesterday because it screamed of vanishing points and perspective. By using both here you get a sense of being drawn deep into this photograph. No matter where you initially look in this composition your eyes are drawn through the picture to the door at the end of the hallway. I love this kind of stuff. Now imagine you’re on a trail in the woods lined with a canopy of trees. Would this technique in composition work well in that application? You bet!