Fisheye Friday

I don’t use my fisheye enough and that’s because it’s the sort of lens that’s fun, but is so easily overused. And because of that I’ve not used it in ages, therefore I’ve decided to have a section I’ve obviously titled Fisheye Friday. Photos will be newest at the top as time goes by!

Only fisheye, only Friday, let the fun commence!

2. This is a simple monochrome shot from an alley beside a coffee shop. I saw the painted sign on the wall and thought that the walls of the alley converging would make a good frame for the cobbled / brick street, now all I had to do was wait for the right person to walk by and I got lucky when this chap on the left of the shot looked right at me. 

1. This is the first Fisheye Friday and this is an image of a new piece of public art at the new (Summer 2017) Riverside Square development.

William Rounce is the artist behind “The Frog” and you can learn more about him at his website at www.williamrounce.com
 
This work was commissioned with Bedford Creative Arts and is inspired by the brick making past of Bedford, if you google frog and brick you will get it. The work ingeniously conceals an electricity substation on Riverside Square.