Let’s forget the Maths and geometry here and focus on spirit animals.
Your camera can become a spirit animal, but it is up to the photographer to decide which spirit to adopt. “Spirit animal” isn’t an accurate term because your camera can also adopt the spirit of a rock or tree, so just keep open minded on that.
I am a rock. There is nothing in this picture to suggest that you could be anything other than a rock as you sit and watch the ice age retreat. The fjord is slowly revealed as the giant glacier melts leaving huge scars between the mountains and depositing boulders on the weathered banks only to join you as you watch the landscape change even more under the pressures of constant freeze/thaw and millions of high tides in the warmer millennia. Regular earthquakes are the only thing that move you. If you want your “I am a rock” perspective to be more obvious, experiment with longer exposures.
Here is a human spirit animal perspective. The human element is important because it adds significance to the point of travel. The journey has come to a temporary pause due to a big slippery split in the Earth. This animal is likely to be alone and is actually thinking about crossing the gorge.
To find your spirit animal, sit quietly in a comfortable place, just breathing and relaxing for some time, (may take a few attempts) your spirit animal will come to you. The next step is critical, you must not tell anyone what your Spirit animal is, so the final step is to make one up to tell people as a decoy. Just pick the name of the street where you were a child and combine it with your favourite porn star. My spirit animal is “Queen Kelly”.