I'll make my comments based on the two images printed in the course manual.
Image A: wide angle
- A large, white gate dominates the foreground and portions of a brown fence are visible on either side of the gate.
- There is rubbish scattered on the dirt in front of the gate. Behind it is a large, grassy field with nothing in it.
- Beyond the field, and below it, we can see the buildings (some high-rise, most low) of a city stretching far into the distance.
- At a rough guess, the horizon is many miles away and the sky is partially cloudy.
- The gate appears to be level in the foreground, but the horizon seems to slope slightly toward the right side of the frame.
Image B: telephoto
- There is no sign of the gate and the foreground is now occupied by the buildings of the city that appeared to be some distance away.
- The sky takes up less of the frame and very few clouds are visible in it. The horizon line seems closer and we can see buildings on it that were not perceptible in the previous frame.
- We can see the distant objects in the frame with much greater detail.
- Compared the wide-angle shot, the angle of view is much narrower and the perspective in the frame (front to back) is compressed quite a bit.