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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Refracting



I rarely break out my fisheye lens. It hides in the bottom of my camera bag, only seeing the light of day when I take my macro lens out, which sits on top of it. But on Saturday I was walking through the woods. The sun was shining directly above me and it gave me the idea for todays photo.

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17 comments:

Linda W. said...

Nice sunburst capture. The fisheye lens provides a cool angle on this forest shot.

Janine said...

Beautiful shot. It makes me want to invest in a fisheye lens!

Gary said...

Good use of the fisheye. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

photowannabe said...

Perfect choice and perfect example of refraction.
I love photos of the sun poking through the trees.

Luna Miranda said...

i tried using the fisheye once or twice but i didn't like the results.:p yours is beautiful! it felts like i was twirling around under the trees.

Roger Owen Green said...

WAY more talented than I!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Christines Welt! said...

What a nice Picture, good work!
Greetings

eileeninmd said...

Lovely capture, well done!

Rambling Woods said...

Oh I really like this photo with that lens.... Michelle

Lynette said...

Oh, it's a lovely photo. Thanks!

Leslie: said...

REALLY nice!

Leslie
abcw team

sharplittlepencil.com said...

Looking up through the canopy of trees is always a lovely sight, but the way you caught the glint of light is superb. Also, I wouldn't know which lens is which, but this worked so well! First time here, thanks to ABC, and glad I stopped... Peace, Amy

Nanka said...

Absolutely clueless about lenses but can appreciate that this good photography!!

Laura said...

love how this turned out... beautiful!

Lisa Moyer said...

Great angle and view!

mindlovemisery said...

Oh wow you should bring it more often this is marvelous!

Chubskulit Rose said...

That's stunning.

RING
My apologies for the late visit.
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team