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> Once the worlds largest Refracting Telescope
Once the worlds largest Refracting Telescope
The 36 inch refracting telescope at Lick Observatory.
It saw first light on January 3, 1888.
Sony Alpha NEX-7
Samyang 8mm f3.5 Fisheye
1/10s f/1.0 at 8.0mm iso6400
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very unique pespective. Like....
Excellent wide view.Great format must be very impressive?.Good choice.
Mechanics has its own beauty! Evolution is always on the history. Nice fish-eye composition and gorgeous color!
Gorgeous shot and I have never seen it!! V
Very cool photo! Wish I was aging that well. V
I didn't realise it had had such a long history! Fabulous shot.
Great FE shot of this famous telescope. Nicely centered. V.
Beautiful interior shot with this ultra wide-angle shot, Bryan....V
An impressive shot of a very impressive instrument.
Hank Vander Velde
A beautiful detaqiled wide-angle image Bryan.
Wonderful capture Bryan!
Great effect with the fish eye lens. That is one impressive telescope. V.
Wow,I am impressed!! Great capture of this wonderful place,Bryan!!
Awesome photo! V
Walter O. Koenig
Amazing shot of this interior. I like the way you lined this up. "V"
thoroughly engrossing...a fabulous shot...V
Still very impressive and interesting!
wonderful fisheye image! V
I've never seen the inside of an observatory looking so beautiful.
wow...great place for a wide angle...great shot Bryan! V
spectacular image. ~V~
Nice use of that fisheye. Really captures the space!
Great shot! I never thought, that a Samyang lens has this quality, even at ISO 6400 - amazing
This is fantastic, Brayn! Great shot!
Outstanding work. Very nice image with this wide angle....
Excellent documentary shot! V.