February 15, 2008

Dawn comes to Brooklyn.

Dawn comes to Brooklyn

This morning's fisheye view comes from the rare vantage point of the east terrace and shows the lesser skyline, the Brooklyn skyline.


Bissage said...

Picasso had his "Blue Period." In the future, blogologists will study Althouse’s "Fisheye Period."

(Okay, I admit it. I’m all proud of myself for having invented the word "blogologist.")

Bissage said...

Results 1 - 10 of about 25,000 for blogologist. (0.19 seconds).

Oh, foooey!

Ann Althouse said...

Actually, those building slightly bent like that remind me of Picasso's cubism.

rhhardin said...

Do you have a ship's wheel up there as well?

And a spyglass.

Picasso too was every-perspective-at-once, making his late porn period novel. ``347 suite'' for example.

Steer away before it's too late!

ricpic said...

Sometimes it's good to turn around
And look the other way
And show why folks love Brooklyn so --
A homey place to stay.

Doyle said...

Why you still all up in my borough?

Rich B said...


Is this lens a drug-substitute? Are you going to cover Byrds' covers next?

Ann Althouse said...

It's the opposite of a spyglass. The fisheye pushes everything away.

Kenny said...

Ann, what's the deal with Brooklyn? I've been reading for years and I can't remember, nor find any mention of, the reason why you are currently residing in my (newly acquired) home city.

I like the photos. What camera body are you using? Take any photos of the (meager) snowfall?

Donald Douglas said...

Fish-eyes are great for action photography, like skateboarding.

RHodnett said...

Kenny: Althouse is teaching at Brooklyn Law School this academic year. See this post.