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Minaret

Another from the lovely Grand Mosque (I think I'll post one or two more from this series in the future, then wrap it up and encourage everyone to come visit) and the final in my "let's shoot directly into sunlight and see what happens" lineup.

Again, because I lack a wide angel, I have to make due with the kit lens and the camera tilted at a bit of an angle.  And, because of the sun, the blue sky doesn't pop as much as did my first posted pic.  But I thought this unique, so I figured I'd put it up here to get others thoughts.

See you tomorrow.  Lines, probably...

Minaret

Another from the lovely Grand Mosque (I think I'll post one or two more from this series in the future, then wrap it up and encourage everyone to come visit) and the final in my "let's shoot directly into sunlight and see what happens" lineup.

Again, because I lack a wide angel, I have to make due with the kit lens and the camera tilted at a bit of an angle.  And, because of the sun, the blue sky doesn't pop as much as did my first posted pic.  But I thought this unique, so I figured I'd put it up here to get others thoughts.

See you tomorrow.  Lines, probably...

comments (2)

Works for me, Michael - although I'm not sure that the tilt works: makes it look as though everything is sliding off the screen smile
Michael Benjamin Studios: Thanks, Tom. One of these days I'll get a wider angle lens.

But I'll probably still tilt the shot (too much, per your - and other's - review).
Lovely crisp shot smile
Michael Benjamin Studios: Thanks, Linda.

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