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Monday, March 7, 2011

As an exercise I sometimes impose a one lens restriction on myself when walking around.  Recently, that lens has been a severe wide angle.  The short focal length forces me to integrate a foreground object with a background subject.  Here it is a close up detail of the Flatiron Building with the Empire State building rising behind.  The lens is a 21mm Elmarit on a Leica M9, and shot at f/8 for good depth-of-field.

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