Into the Wide

Challenge #2 in the Jaysen dog-foods challenges series. Hosted by Jaysen Marais.
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How creative can you get with the wide angle lens? Show us what you can do with lens sporting an effective focal length of 35mm or less. Remember to tell us what lens you've used (no fibbing) and on what body. Compact and SLR entries are welcome, but make sure the lens used has an acceptable focal length (check our Camera Database if you're not sure). Oh, and no borders! Good luck.
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Machu Picchu through a Fisheye Lens
Worm's eye view
Sun, Rain, and Fishing
401 Fisheye
Aleutian Valley
Stairway , Vatican  Museum Rome
Mount Snowdon
Double rainbow over Gourdon, Scotland
Out of the fog
High Noon
Saint Eustache church, Paris
Museu Arte Contemporanea MAC
Zunzet II
Streched clouds !
Cloud Trails
Historic Dogwood
Waiting for my car
Lake chetek Dawn
Framing the Sky
Eiffel Tower
Alaskan Sky
Rising above Saar...
mall curves
back from school
Storm coming
Jarka 01
Another Whistle STOP Cafe
Late November in Capri.
Drifting Rays
Potala Palace, Tibet
Two On A Beach
Sunset Over The Lake
Mining Hut
Man alone
Linz Mainplace
Sunset at the pier
VW Beetle Party
Gallery in Land of the setting sun
Battersea Power
Wide on High Street, Lake District, England
It was a dark and stormy night...
Wide Pentrez
Autumn Rail
The calm and the hasty
Surf Sand Sun
A dogs life
Winter Sky
Church of Christian Science
Into the Wide
Iceland glacier stream
California Poppys
Waterton National Park
LA Concert Hall
Aida Diva
last pine
A glance of envy
Currents of Ice
Night in the mountains
London Eye
Aimez-vous Brahms?
Love Hearts
Castello di Strozzavolpe
Wagon Man
Enterprise? ;)
Church interior
A Day in Sweden
The arch
Emma jumping
Hang a right
Mirror Image
Silvan Autumn
Petronas Towers
Begging the Question
The rest of the warrior...
Vermont Corn
Construction machine
Jungle Gym Sunset
three Graces
Inside the Vatican Museum
Ben Arthur Blizzard
golden mantled squirrel
Porto Maso
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