The dome from inside

Too wide even for a 10mm lens.

View all photos taken: Sunday, 9th September 2007, This photo: 2:02pm

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Comments

  • benefit of hindsight said:
    Marvellous - well my S3 would have been useless then if your 10mm was not even wide enough :o)
  • David de Groot said:
    Considering I'd got the whole thing from the outside, I figured I should have been able to get most of it from the inside, but apparently not. Yeah I think the S3's 36mm wide end would have given you a somewhat different view.
  • maasha said:
    you have to stitch a few shots then ...
  • David de Groot said:
    Hmmm, oddly enough I didn't think of that.
  • louise_creative said:
    Terrific capture David! Your photograph gives an awesome view of this lovely dome! I could only really capture the centre bit with my lens...
    Well done :)
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :) I reckon you'd need a fish-eye lens to get any more of it - hmmm, that'd be quite interesting really.
  • Synergetics, Inc dome said:
    see the circles becoming smaller toward the top. A geodesic dome- all circles are the same size or the 'equator'. Not all domes with triangles are geodesic.