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The cyclops awaits your return. best...jerry
31 Mar 2010 5:20am
@ordinaryimages: Patient fellow - our cyclops. Good thing, too - as I'll be taking my time.
really love the angle here, cracking shot
31 Mar 2010 5:40am
Fantastic composition with this point of view, and very bautiful color.
Thanks for telling me about the 50 ISO, i'll check my 5D mk, II
31 Mar 2010 6:41am
@Paco Díaz: Hey Francisco - to access the 50 ISO your mkII will show " L " (for low) - be sure to read about the custom function for long exposure noise control.
My neck hurts from looking up :-)
31 Mar 2010 8:57am
@Yonatan: Oh, poor guy. Perhaps it is time for a good therapeutic massage? Heat pad?
Looks even more ominous from this angle!
31 Mar 2010 9:53am
@Curly: At your service!
cool POV - the wall almost looks like a sidewalk.......
31 Mar 2010 10:36am
@Chris: Thanks, Chris. I photgraphed this with Canon's new architectural lens - the 17mm TS-E. This was one of my first test shots and it blows me away. There was no lens correction here at all. I used a double-bubble level (mounted on the flash shoe) to be sure the camera was completely square and fired away. There is a slight crop to eliminate the fringe of a banner hanging in the foerground and that's it. What you see is what it captured.
Whoa! Unexpected. Love it.
31 Mar 2010 11:45am
31 Mar 2010 12:01pm
Interesting point of view with a graphic effect.
31 Mar 2010 3:26pm
An impressive framing…
31 Mar 2010 4:09pm
Oh, very cool. I love shots like this and structures are my favorite category. (I should have been an architect, but I think that takes a math brain:-)
31 Mar 2010 5:42pm
@sherri: It did require math back when we were in college - now a good laptop would get us through. Thanks, Sherri.
love tha angle you shoot the picture
31 Mar 2010 7:47pm
Captivating... wonderful forms and beautiful interplay of colours!!! Enjoy this unusual perspective! Happy shooting my friend!:-)
1 Apr 2010 12:19am
cool shot !!! looks like a big eye in the sky!!!!
1 Apr 2010 12:43am
I like this! Something we see every day and mostly fail to notice shown in a new light, pardon the pun. Kudos!
1 Apr 2010 1:23am
Very cool POV here!
1 Apr 2010 2:15am
1 Apr 2010 6:05am
Now, how can I have vertigo...looking UP? :-)
Nifty shot (that's highly technical photographer's jargon.)
I hope you do a whole series in Crocket. I haven't been there for more than a decade.
1 Apr 2010 7:36am
Nice angle and lovely red brickwork.
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