Categories Fisheye Photos street Urban swirly rock Post author By Rian Post date December 27, 2009 29 Comments on swirly rock ..30 rock in holiday mode, more at flickr.. Tags 30 Rock, Saks Fifth Avenue, Window Displays ← festive but empty → 2010 29 replies on “swirly rock” Interesting, creative and beautiful! Another impressive use of this fisheye lens. I like the clarity here. We can still recognize most elements… TOO FUN!! Love how you create these!!! A creative use of your special lens. I think it makes a fine turn of the year picture. Nice design. Is this a reflection?? thanks! yep! 🙂 interesting effect!!! very cool… the way it spirals into the building, i dig it Gorgeous shot . Such a cool reflection ! How wonderfully creative. Fantastic! wow. i’ll say. that’s a great illo. I wouldn’t have guessed a reflection. I thought you’d used your fisheye lens or something. Really nice. i love christmas displays. its lots fun walking around looking in other people’s windows. (LOL) How fun is that!!! Beautiful xmas-card. Love the colors, beautiful image. Hope you had a good one. I was sucked into the Christmas Vortex. Cool shot! wow dude. this is excellent. fantastic. Nicely captured…Is that the ghost of Alec Baldwin? Hey Rian… I just spent like 6 days in your Flickr account and holy crap! That’s chock full of amazing things! It’s like candy… I couldn’t stop. Seriously… fantastic stuff there. You draw me into your image. Beautiful! Wow love this shot. Very creative. Bonsoir, A nice creative composition..Happy holidays..!! this is so alive with strong colors! Very cool find! Fascinating image Rian, excellent work on this wonderful composition. Hope you have a Happy New Year. I wish to you and yours a happy and creative 2010!!! Creative work ! 🙂 Wishing you and your visitors a very Happy New year! Freakin’ awesome! This is a fisheye, right? this has such a wonderful vortex feeling to it. the swirls and reflection remind me of water – and the mix of 50’s style snow graphics and the modern building give this a funny time disorientation feeling. as if anything is possible. Fantastic! Looks like a giant snow globe! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.