Sometimes the unplanned photographs are the ones that are captured the best.
Most of the snaps I click are experimental trial and error shots, decided on the spot.
On this occasion, we were at a dock without any plans to click snaps. Luckily I had my camera with me. Seeing the wooden planks of the dock we discussed the idea of taking a shot from above.
Since no one was around Zaver quickly posed while I (poor me) climbed a level above in the building next to it and tried taking a vertical shot below. It may seem simple, but it was tricky to extend as much as I could without falling off.
Zaver did a brilliant pose in-between patiently waiting for me to change setting between clicks.
The wooden planks in the background gives a nice rustic patterned effect and the outfit is a good contrast to the background making the subject standout even more.