160 degrees of separation.
With thanks to a fish-eye lens, this is the widest (or rather longest) shot that I’ve been able to capture of our Harbour Bridge. At the bottom of the image is the southern end and Sydney’s CBD. A quarter of the way from the top is the portion of bridge directly above me, and above that are the northern sections of the bridge that were actually behind me (look carefully and you can see the sandstone of the northern pylons).
Whenever the horizon is not directly in the centre of an image, a fisheye lens will significantly magnify its curvature, sometimes leading to undesirable results. However in this case I actually love that, at a glance, this could be a huge spacecraft approaching Earth. Well, that's what I see anyway.
April 23 2017.
Milsons Point, Sydney, Australia.
Contest Time!! We have two @phillies Power tickets up for grabs! These are awesome seats in section 115. Tickets include parking and $12 food voucher.
Phillies vs Pirates July 6, 2017. This is also Fireworks Night at the ballpark!
Everyone who is registered, for next school year, by May 5th will have a chance to win! Go Phillies!!! Thanks to the faculty & staff for making this possible!