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Old Sep 6, 2012, 10:36 AM   #1
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Here in downtown Huntington Beach there is a narrow (8-foot) alley between buildings that features 3 murals. You can't stand back far enough for a normal lens to take in all three, so I used my Canon 15mm 2.8 fisheye. C&C welcome.
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Here is the panel on the left
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And the one on the right.
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Neat shots, enjoyed viewing. What is the thing on the surfboard in the last one? Does it represent something?

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Neat shots, enjoyed viewing. What is the thing on the surfboard in the last one? Does it represent something?

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Sorry, jj, don't have a clue. May have been an LSD trip recollection.
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Sorry, jj, don't have a clue. May have been an LSD trip recollection.
Must have been some good stuff.

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More creative uses for the fisheye. The first one looks very in-your-face. Can you also do macro closeups on the man's eyes so they pop out like bug-eyes just kidding. Very nice shots.
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Going to have to look that up next time am in HB. Wonder how my 10-22mm lens will do in that alley?
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