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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Kan ei ji temple in Ueno, Tokyo


Taken with an old film camera (Nikon F801S) that a Sigma 15mm F2.8 Diagonal Fisheye is most likely attached to. The beauty of this lens is the resistance against lens flare and ghosts. It has never occurred to me before or I did not notice, except this time.

Can you see a very faint red-and-blue circle to the left side of the image?



Eventually I could make appear a funny ghost "haunting" the 15mm Fisheye lens! There is a cemetery behind the temple, BTW.

Happy Halloween...

5 comments:

  1. このマークは一体何でしょうね?
    場所が場所だけにちょっとひるみますね。
    実は私も撮れちゃうた事があり
    かなり困りました。¥(◎日◎)¥

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  2. Anzuさん。
    コメントありがとうございます。
    そうなんですよ。この付近はお墓が多いし、戊辰戦争時には彰義隊と新政府軍との衝突があったし、出るものには事欠かないですからね。そういえば徳川慶喜のお墓もこの近くだったなぁ...

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  3. Nice fisheye picture!
    You were asking about the fountain I posted today. Here is a link to an older post, that will show you the different stages of the fountain during the twice weekly light, water and music show: http://www.barcelonadailyphoto.com/2010/01/fons-magica.html

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  4. Hi Rob and Mandy,
    Thank you for answering to my question and giving me a link. I love that fountain very much.

    Hi JM,
    Thank you for your comment. Your photography is very cool, too!

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