The Pool Bubble.

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Uploaded 7 Jan 2009 — 11 favorites
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© Mal Stewart
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UploadedJanuary 7, 2009
TakenJanuary 5, 2007
ModelCanon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Exposure12 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
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My pool area through a distorted wide angle view.
Mid winter around the pool with the mexican oven fire going while knocking down a nice red. The family had just gone up to the house so I thought I would play around with the wide angle a bit.

13 responses

  • Logan Miller

    Logan Miller gave props (7 Jan 2009):

    nice shot it looks great

  • Alexis - Now on Flickr

    Alexis - Now on Flickr gave props (7 Jan 2009):

    I'm on my way! Voted :)

  • Lise Utne

    Lise Utne gave props (8 Jan 2009):

    Cozy spot! And lovely dramatic shot of it!

  • Matt Granz

    Matt Granz gave props (11 Jan 2009):

    Making furniture affords you this fantastic slab of real estate with an infinity pool? I need to switch careers! LOL! I'm a huge sucker for fisheye pictures and this one if very cool. I like the way you live.

  • Mal Stewart

    Mal Stewart said (12 Jan 2009):

    Hey Matt...naa mate, wish I could say that the furniture did do this for me. Dont go down my path....(the furniture is hard work and little return.) The only reason I have this is because I did the "hard yards" in '86 and bought this block of land and never moved....just kept adding to it as the decades slid by, and the money allowed. We do love it here though...(obviously)....close to the beach and close to the hills at the same time.

  • Nasera S.

    Nasera S. gave props (13 Jan 2009):

    Interesting shot! :)

  • Manon Boily

    Manon Boily (Deleted) gave props (16 Jan 2009):

    great place. voted

  • Konrad Ragnarsson

    Konrad Ragnarsson gave props (17 Jan 2009):

    It rocks!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Nicole DeVita

    Nicole DeVita gave props (2 Feb 2009):

    Great Perspective!! Voted!!

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (6 Feb 2009):

    Fabulous shot, yea it rocks!

  • Matt.

    Matt. (Deleted) gave props (7 May 2009):

    Yeah It Rocks!!!

  • Laura Pelkey

    Laura Pelkey gave props (18 May 2009):

    Yeah...its a unique entry to the theme and it rocks :)

  • Jen Cook-Asaro

    Jen Cook-Asaro gave props (16 Sep 2010):

    Very cool shot. I love the colors!

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