Monday, 26 May 2008

Odd Shots Monday # 9

Flag pole taken with a Sigma 10mm - 20mm super wide angel lens.



The Odd Shots concept came from
Katney. Say "G'day" to her.

23 comments:

Aileni said...

Great example of what a 10mm can do.
Nice.

evlahos said...

very beautiful view and color

ArneA said...

Fikk meg til å tenke på Nordal Griegs dikt fra
17. mai 1940
Sterke saker begge innslag

Dragonstar said...

That's quite a shot! Fascinating!

david mcmahon said...

Brilliant concept. Brilliant execution.

Well done, John.

babooshka said...

perfect composition. Great shot.

diane said...

Great shot John!

Müge Tekil said...

This is an interesting shot! The flag pole looks like the top of a big building especially when compared with the trees behind!

Paulie said...

Without the words, I would not have known what that was. Great angle shot! Perfect odd shpt!

By the way, you wrote your comment to katney on MY blog. You might want to check back and leave a new one and then I will delete the first. . .

mrsnesbitt said...

So precise!

Blue said...

What can I say - it made me smile!
A very neat shot.

R&J said...

Oh, now I understand, I stared it quite a moment, good you explained!

quinttarantino said...

Gosh!

dot said...

That is certainly odd but also very beautiful! Mine is HERE

David said...

Wow, that's just great. I thought it was a lighthouse at first! I'll have to try taking some pics with this lens....

Cheers,

David Webb - Photographer

Katney said...

Wow!!

Luke said...

very nice! where is the flag?

Merisi said...

Ye olde big fat pole!
Who would have thought?
Brilliant. :-)

I came here thanks to David McMahon!

Dewdrop said...

Wow! Fantastic shot. What an amazing perspective! I love it. I like to take tree shots like that, but I have never had one come out that cool! Great odd shot, John!

maryt said...

John, my jaw has dropped! Incredible!

Daryl said...

Its awesome .. looks like the tip of a spaceship nosecone!

:-Daryl

Ida said...

Hvem er ODD? ;)
Nei da. Tuller......!
Stilig bilde!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Wow that is huge and i love how soft the colors are