The sun was creating deep shadows on the strikingly yellow façade of Santa Ana church, and I waited for a person to enter my frame to provide contrast in scale. Finally, the perfect subject arrived -- a woman bearing a staff, a figure out of the San Miguel's past. She seems so small in comparison to the walls of the huge church, symbolizing the power it has over the lives of those who choose to worship there. I use the woman as context to express how big the building is in terms of its scale. I also crop the building so that the huge slabs in its side seem to soar forever, suggesting that the power of a church can be infinite. By not showing the whole structure, and leaving much to the imagination of the viewer, we say more about it.