Title: Cones and Needles

Capture Date/Time: July 29 2006 14:07
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 10.5mm f/2.8G ED AF DX Fisheye-Nikkor
Focal Length: 10.5mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/5 - 1/80 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

In a forest full of tall and thin trees all planted perfectly straight in rows

9 commentsAdd yours

08.04.06/02:31 AM Fred said:

straight in rows, eh? They don't look very straight to me. Guess that's just the work of the lens bending the light. Either way, it's an interesting photo. Never seen fisheyes used for landscape photography.

08.04.06/05:14 AM Ian said:

Love that wicked wide angle - Nicely done!!

08.04.06/10:54 AM Todd said:

Very cool, the fisheye lens adds a lot.

08.04.06/07:54 PM whateverland fan said:

I read the title as "COINS and Needles" before I actually looked at the picture and was expecting something else.... LOL! I think I just had a long day! Nice one though!

08.06.06/12:05 AM Mike said:

Great photo. Very different.

08.06.06/12:18 PM chris said:

Great capture! Looks a bit like a giant ant-hill :)

Like your blog.

08.07.06/06:33 AM JM said:

Where is this stange planet !? - must have many sunsets there :-)
Good idea & hypnotic image ...

08.07.06/01:09 PM MikesRightBrain said:

That's cool, Archie. I like the slight fog way off in the distance. There must be three feet of needles on the ground there.

08.17.06/09:17 AM Marto said:

I like a lot this photo, very nice place...

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