Maybe a large hole in the middle of a normal street in Pachacutec without any caution tape or cones around it can be a dangerous thing when you’re in a car. But, if you’re taking a photograph of it, it offers a perfect opportunity to create a great photograph of your local surroundings. The top photo shows Yenny using what she has learned about vertical compositions and applying it to her selected subject, the hole in the street. The bottom image is also a photo which Yenny took. Maybe a hole in the ground isn’t that interesting to look at, but the way she composed the photograph is. She used the size of the hole and put it at the bottom of the composition and used the trench leading up from the hole towards the corner house at the top of the photo to create a wonderful composition. Your eye first sees the hole, then follows the trench, and then stops at the house. The photo is well framed and there are no distracting items in the background (no distracting compositional items, but maybe the trash is a bit overwhelming). The fact that the hole is placed low in foreground shows good use of a wide angle lens.
On a side note, there is a lot of trash in the street. A lot of people just throw their things in the street and have no intention of cleaning it up. There has been some talk amongst the gringos to create a project in which the gringos and kids get together and have a trash clean up day.