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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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Our World Tuesday
Tones on Tuesday
Sweet Shot Tuesday
Nature Notes 
ABC Wednesday

17 comments:

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

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

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

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

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  5. 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.

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  6. WAY more talented than I!

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  7. What a nice Picture, good work!
    Greetings

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  8. Lovely capture, well done!

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

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  10. Oh, it's a lovely photo. Thanks!

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  11. REALLY nice!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  12. 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

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

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  14. love how this turned out... beautiful!

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  15. Great angle and view!

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

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  17. That's stunning.

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

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