The first pic is from the first night, and I pitched it with my trekking poles to lift the sides a bit to get a better view out and maybe a little breeze.
The last 2 pics are from the 2nd night. It is pitched like the first night but without the poles for the most part. I pulled the poles out and tightened down the tarp lines when it started to rain, I didn't want the water to pool up at all.
The 2nd pic is out of the side, the camera was on a little mini gorilla pod on the ground at the base of the hammock, so real low angle. The 3rd pic is out the front of the tarp with the pole jammed in one of the tie-outs to get a better view of the canyon and sunrise...
The trekking poles really are handy for changing the pitch to get it how you want. Earlier in the evening I had poles in the corner and center side tie-out to raise up that side and get some heat under the tarp from the fire just a few feet away. Looking back, maybe I didn't need the extra heat, but it sounded like a good idea at the time, lol!