Benton Harbor, St. Joseph Michigan.
You might have noticed that the horizon line is not straight, the vertical post in the middle is also tilted. That's a decision on my part to break the rules of composition for a very specific reason. The pier was all iced up and slippery and I want the visual language to reflect that and communicate instability. I want your eye to "fall" into the picture and follow all the lines including the horizon line to the tiny vanishing point before you have any time to explore any other details. I wanted to create a force that will keep pulling you down there.
If the horizon line was exposed, I think it would be more obvious that it's not straight, as it's obstructed by icicles, I think I can get away with it.