..and it’s monday again, i’m pretty much recharged, slept most of the time this weekend, i’m raring to go..go back to work, that is.. 🙂
..here’s another from this fishy series, shot from the 59th Street subway exit, underneath the Trump International Hotel & Tower’s Globe.. and that’s the Time Warner Center up the stairs..
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it’s like an m.c. escher painting.. i dig it, well done you!!
Awesome image, very creative composition. Really like the effect, I know exactly where you took this shot. Impressive work!
very creative – there is a feeling of spirals here. you have taken it a step beyond. I have enjoyed this series.
Love the perspective. Nice fisheye view.
une autre faÃ§on de montrer que notre monde tourne en rond
I like the way the railing is around the edges. Makes it seems like we’re looking up through a tunnel or something.
Another cool fisheye…the idea that you slept most of the weekend, that anyone did, is nearly painful as I did the opposite of that this weekend. Hey, get it where/when you can.
Awesome shot!Love the perspective. 🙂
Way cool. These fisheye shots give a whole new perspective on things.
The way that the wall sweeps round gives an amazing sense of infinity. Fantastic Stuff! I just wish i could justify the purchase of a fisheye.
Totally unbelievable, Rian. I could stare at this a long time and keep seeing something new.
Anther very effective image! Very appealing image.
i have got to get me that lens! lol! very nice Rian! 😀
What I like about this shot is that the rails are not circled perfectly in the middle. Sorta reminds me of the bloomingdale photo I took a couple of weeks back. Grealy composed Rian!
These round aquariums in which the life turns inside, blue beautiful effect
Nice one mate, this is cool cause it lacks symmetry and like elaine, this shot reminds me of escher’s painting.
insights and information are very much appreciated.. at least today i got to know who m.c. escher is.. 😀
Fantastic setup, wow, it just makes your eyes go nuts looking at all the detail.
You have an interesting and creative way of seeing the world.
i like that there’s people in this one. the fish eye gives the sense that they just go round and round and that there’s no way out.
Realmente espectacular! :-O
Another great reflection picture in fisheye technique. Great
Awesome perspective, such a great series of images. I’m saving my pennies now for a fisheye
It so strange, I assume this is a rather common street view, but in this photo it beomes some kind of abstract art. Nice.
I like how the railings seem to frame the shot. It almost looks like that giant globe thing at the top is going to fall!
I don’t see many fish eye shots these days, I like how you packed so much into the scene.
This is a fantastic perspective. Great work !
Great perspective and composition in this one, very cool. 🙂
wow! i gotta get me a fishy too ! this is brilliant
This again reminds me of an inward facing ‘little planet’ image. I like this very much. The circle created by the lens and the metal railing coupled with the metal globe is perfect. It’s like a world within a world. Really nice job Rian.
Now this really looks like a mole view. Nice!
Well, what can I add? It’s another awesome picture getting out of your fisheye. And a great composition 🙂
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