SUMMARY: Frame your travel photography with open doors and windows.
Instead of taking a normal photograph of the countryside, consider taking a picture inside of a building and shooting the picture through an open door or window. This can provide a nice frame for your photograph, and I've used it several times in taking photos from log cabins. You may need to tweak your camera's exposure and focus settings to take an accurate photograph of the outside world, yet let some of your surrounding door or window be visible and not underexposed.
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