Photographs like this are difficult to capture. I can't count the number of times I've photographed my thumb accidentally while being excited at having a vision like this one. The vanishing point is very clear but rightly off-center and part of a natural landscape. The river's and mountains' contours give that point a poignant depth. It's hard not to wonder about oneself as observer. Our horizontal vision takes in quite a lot, not unlike those steep peaks all around and that large, defining river. We're as small as those boats, remote even from the trees and greenery at the side.
Thank you so much for the very positive feedback. It's greatly appreciated.
No problem. I wish I could comment on the technical components of photography better, but once I see a word like "aperture," I think Portal.
I'll check around your dA for a facebook page to like or something: you do good work and deserve the support.