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Window to Other Worlds

Window to Other Worlds

Home, kitchen

EDIT: For those who have asked how I did it, this was one of those lucky finds.
I was at the breakfast table the other evening swapping lenses on my camera. I took off one lens, set it lens cap side down on the table, and noticed the reflections created by the light hanging over the breakfast table. This is basically what I saw, just smaller since it was reflected in the glass on the mount-side of the lens. I capped the end, turned the lens over, and checked the reflection from the front. I liked it even better. I then checked the same reflections in my 75-300mm lens, and my 100mm macro. I decided the 28-75 lens created the best collection of reflections and colors.
I used the 100mm macro lens to shoot the photo.

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Brian Straub31-May-2007 21:32
Very cool image.
Jason Ellis31-May-2007 18:05
I just have a light over our dinner table, nothing like yours! COOL!
J. Scott Coile31-May-2007 17:25
I love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bill Warren31-May-2007 17:09
On to infinity. I must try this one. Voting for your inspiration.
J W 31-May-2007 15:25
WOW! That's fantastic. Great catch!
Bob Floyd31-May-2007 13:16
beverley harrison31-May-2007 08:52
wow...stunning shot scott, well spotted!!
Daniel Penz31-May-2007 04:51
"It's... It's full of Stars!"

Very Kubrick!
mojoflowerchick31-May-2007 04:18
yeah. i agree.. how did you do that?? great pic..
B 31-May-2007 04:00
Very very cool!
k_grqst31-May-2007 03:43
My first question is "how did you do that?!?" It's great!
Winter2731-May-2007 03:41
Damn, that is fabulous!!!