Friday, September 14, 2007

Whirly Coeur

Taken from the steps of Sacré Coeur, we are looking across the amassed roofs of Paris through the trees on the hill, listening to buskers singing lame versions of Simon & Garfunkel songs in the September twilight.

It's an experimental, rather abstract shot, which you should try from time to time, in this case obtained by... did you guess... twisting the camera around the lens' axis while pressing the shutter release.

The leaves on the overhanging boughs have become beautifully drippy and although the horizon isn't exactly horizontal, it doesn't matter too much and the intriguing mass of lights conjures up images of fairy tale cities and magical kingdoms. Err, doesn't it?! Play around.
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2007 Sab Will / Paris Set Me Free

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