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Fisheye-less Fisheyed views (2)

Fisheye-less Fisheyed views (2) http://wp.me/s1bww-fisheye


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Continuation of my experimentation with fisheyed views with no fisheye lens. Here’s one of the Local Council at Champigny. A handsome modern concrete building by the way. 

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Marne (B&W)

Not sure what these two are up to on that bench. Afternoon walk by the river Marne. September 2014.

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Commons seen from the top of the Ouistreham lighthouse. August 2014.

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Little Lighthouse

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Ouistreham. Turn of the 20th century lighthouse. August 2014.

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Little Lighthouse is a title by Dukes of Stratosphear aka XTC, a British new wave rock band of the  1980s.

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The Odd One Out (B&W)

Ormesson. Summer 2014

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Ouistreham (B&W)

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Ouistreham, from “oyster” and “ham”, Saxon for “village”. There are no more oysters but there are still a lot of (anglo)saxons around there nowadays. They come from Portsmouth via Brittany Ferries (below), a company founded by a Alexis Gourvennec (yet, not a relative of mine unfortunately).

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Colleville (B&W)

Colleville Montgomery. August 2014.

Colleville (B&W)

Colleville Montgomery. August 2014.

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Fisheye-less fisheyed views

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I love fisheyes but a) they are extremely costly b) you never need lenses like these at all times and when you need them, chances are you will have left them behind. So here are my makeshift attempts at fisheyed views of our house in Normandy, which makes for more interesting pictures than the house itself by the way. no.1 was a reflection of the house and surrounding landscape in the bonnet of…

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Beached Whale

There she was on the landing beaches of Normandy, protected from the wind. Martin Parresque, her swimming costume barely concealing her genitalia.