….A FISH-EYE LENS, that is!
Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. I was trying to think of something different to post this week, when out of the corner of my eye I saw my fish-eye lens. I can’t remember the last time I actually used it. However, I did remember taking some cool shots with it at one point and I had a look around in my Flickr archives, and you’ll see a few of my favorite fish-eye shots below.
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Usually when you walk into a Korean Buddhist temple the first thing you see is four protectors. This is one of the protectors at Yeoljeongsa Temple, seen through my fish eye lens.
A fish-eye view or the monks bell at Yeoljeongsa Temple in Kangwon-do, South Korea; close to Gangneung City.
Buddhist lanterns at a temple in Seoul.
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