Creating the Impossible with Unusual Focal Length : SHOW YOURS!

Started Jan 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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Not sure if any of this is what you mean.

The only thing I can think of is this image, though not sure this quite fits the request.

One of the more exciting things to come through the early E-P2 days.   I was in the Hayden Panetarium, not really framing much that I felt rewarding.   While on the balcony level I backed into a corner to let a group pass, and looked up.

It's a corner the supporting frame for the glass envelope.  This is the only depiction of the enclosure I could lay hands on right now:

Unless. . . this was a row of boats on blocks for the winter with protective shrink wrap, in an otherwise depressing wider view of this portion of the yard.

LX3 - The Shrink Wrapped Mountains of Englewood.

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