“Architectural Curve” : Lisbon, Portugal, 5th September 2011
Getting up close to things looks really good when your camera is equipped with a wide-angle lens. In fact they work best that way, drawing you into the picture, rather than more of the scene.
Here at the National Pantheon (formerly the Church of Santa Engrácia) in Lisbon, I took things to extremes by actually squeezing myself into this narrow dip in the huge building’s side, then pointing the camera upwards.
Check out the larger version of this image here.