The image is called "Trinity" mainly due to the three carved figures that the camera frame was able to capture. One distinctive feature of this
image is the color contrast formed at the center with the right half getting brightened by the sunlight whereas the left half being shadowed. The original
image was taken at an appeture of 16 while the shutter speed was set at 1/500.
In order to amplify the subject's emphasis, the image was cropped from sides and the top, keeping the carved figures as the only visible object at the center of the frame. In addition to that, iris blur was used to add the element of closeup to the picture taken by zooming the lens.