The world is a bean? (:
Maybe the most interesting perspective I've seen, by the way! (Am trying to find you...)
Especially like how the sky is different in each direction. Really makes the shot.
Oh you clever thing.
It really makes a difference when you've been there, right Carin?
Wow, that is a very cool perspective! It's like the city's in a snowglobe without the snow. Trying to make out the cars and people in the lower part almost makes me feel dizzy -- as if I'm in there and the world's bent out of shape. There's something fascinating, too, about the way the lens creates streaks out of the clouds in the sky.
What a cool, cool shot, Allison. Bubble, fish eye, a sweeping arc of brilliant blue. Love it.
Another OOOOOOH shot. I am not going to read the comments yet, merely ogle some more at "the world in a bubble" caught miraculously by your lens and tricky eye.
A street transformed into something strange and disorienting. And I'm not sure how - is it a reflection in something? It is really fascinating trying to make out the detail. I think I see some animals there as well as people - dogs?
This is in Chicago Elizabeth, nicknamed "The Bean", it is a wonderful reflective silver globe. I've just caught the top of it here.