Tuesday, August 14, 2018

London Through Fisheye Lenses

If I were a cod and bobbed up in the middle of the Thames in central London, I would be amazed.  Having recently bought a fisheye lenses, I have been envious of fish and their (supposed) perspective.  A three-hour trip from Westminster in London to Hampton Court Palace gave me the opportunity to practice seeing like a fish.

We began by slipping under the Westminster Bridge at low tide.

Before we left the dock, I stopped to examine a gorgeous monument to WWII with a familiar quote by Churchill. 
A sprinkling of rain made empty viewing chairs for awhile.

One of two locks.
As we progressed up the river, we saw more trees, houses and boating club

Perfect clouds.
Yew trees in Hampton Court Palace. 

And just for fun...a fisheye view of a tube station.

An edible fisheye!  A cronuts (cross between a croissant and donut).

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