I was trying to give this shot as much depth as is possible when looking at the face of a cliff. To do so, I shot with the smallest aperture possible, and tried to get an angle so that there seemed to be something leading up to the cliff dwelling (the line of the cliff itself). A wider angle lens than my camera has would have given a good solid foreground leading up to the dwelling, so instead I included as much of the brush as I could and a bit of the tree to give it some more depth. The timing of our visit was such that I could not shoot in anything but very direct sunlight, unfortunately-- a lower sun would have lit the entire dwelling itself. What do you think? Do you feel the framing adds enough interest to the photograph? What else could I have done (aside from buying a DSLR...) to add more depth to the shot?