This was a very tricky photo to get. It is one of those places where it looks amazing to the human eye, but where the camera has a difficult time capturing all the epicenes because of it’s narrow field of view. Even ultra ultra ultra wide lenses don’t’ capture everything that your eyes see. So here I went 15mm Wide Angle and then took 9 shots all overlapping and later stitched them together and corrected the angles in Photoshop to get this epically huge image with all this information. Normally, I would say that trying to get a lot of information into one shot is a horrible idea (FYI: simplicity = powerful), but here it works as it is still quite simple: circular road, circular trees, big buildings.
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