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Shot taken just after dawn, November 2008. Handheld, ISO 800, 1/13th, F4. No tripod on hand at the time, so I was happy with the SteadyShot on my camera. And with my Sigma 10-20mm (@10mm). Ultrawide view makes the lamp posts seem to fall over, as well as the people standing to the right. This unreal effect matches the construction of the Birds Nest itself.

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  • Gordon Pressley
    Gordon Pressleyalmost 6 years ago
    Geat shot Peter.. :)Gotta love that lens……
  • Absolutely! Love how it can influence perspectives!

    – PeterBusser

  • Greg Roberts
    Greg Robertsalmost 6 years ago

    Wow i would love to see this place, looks great! – loving the leaning lampposts!

  • PeterBusser
    PeterBusseralmost 6 years ago

    I saw the Birds Nest several times in daylight (cloudy weather). Looks like a strange concrete construction. But when the sun sets… Wow! The lighting releases it’s real beauty!

  • mtths
    mtthsover 5 years ago

  • Thank you so much for featuring this shot!! Great news :-)

    – PeterBusser

  • hologram
    hologramover 5 years ago

    How did I miss this one Peter ?
    Incredible capture, love the POV and beams coming from the lamps just wonderful, and thats before I even started looking at the Stadium !
    Nice work.
    congrats on feature.

  • Thanks, h! Guess we’re both happy you ran into this capture too :-)

    – PeterBusser

  • Bruce  Watson
    Bruce Watsonover 5 years ago

    Quite an achievement for hand-held at night, and the distortion works well.

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