Thursday, May 17, 2007

Thursday Arch Series

View looking at the base of the south leg of the Arch, shot from the north. The picture shows the plates that make up the surface, which looks so smooth from a distance. This photo was taken using a Lensbaby, a special effects lens that keeps a "sweet spot" of focus surrounded by progressively greater blurring. It's easier to understand if you click the link to their web site. Great toy if you use an SLR, either digital or film.

TOMORROW: A Number Of Strangers In The Woods

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting photo and narrative.

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U "R" Us said...

You got the 3G (Lensbaby, not mobile data network from our email convo)? Looks fun.

lv2scpbk said...

This photo is different. Not sure what to make of it but it's interesting. Tomorrow's photo sounds intriging.

Olivier said...

l'ombre est tres belle, on dirait l'ombre d'une personne (on se croirait dans psychose, la scene de la baignoire). bon weekend


the shade is very beautiful, one would say the shade of a person (one would believe oneself in psychosis, the scene of the bath-tub). good weekend

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Well the photo is really nice and thank you to share with us Lensbaby system.

Waldo Oiseau said...

Wow! I have to say, I think this one of my favorites. There's something very ethereal about it.