Doors to nowhere

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  1. Canon Fan

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    Not sure if I got what I was going for here or not. What do you think?

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    Yes the fisheye was at least partially intentional, no other choice really :(
     
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    I like it, I usually don't like fisheye but this turned out really well!:D
     
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    is that a door way up in the top left corner? I can't stop from wondering...???

    In any case, the only thing I wish were differnt about this picture is the upper right window is cut off on the corner. Wish the whole thing was there. Just noticed the upper-left window is cut a little as well.

    I like the fish-eye effect in theis shot....well done.
     
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    Yep, that is a door! I can only imagine that there used to be a fire escape scaffold of some type there but is gone now. Either way I have thought it looked funny for quite awhile now and just finally got to it with camera in hand. The original crop does have (just barely) the windows in the frame I believe (have to go back and check again :scratch:) but ended up cutting them off slightly to get rid of some black image circle near the top left over from the fisheye. When I go back I will be a little more brave and climb the fire ladders on the building directly behind my position of ths pic for a bit more straight on shot, that should cure the cutoff windows ;)
     

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