Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Living in the Fisheye Lens

The setting sun shows up in the fisheye at just the right moment. With the angle and the glass block behind it, it was gone right after this shot. Thank you, rusty fish sculptor, for the glowing sunset rusted fish effect. Get up. Go ride.


  1. I've been meaning to inquire about that fish.
    I like it.

  2. Here's the rusted fish of light and death on g00gle maps. He light up red at night usually.


  3. It's called "Tributary Wall" and it's by Kevin Berry. Built to keep out the noise of mall-goers.


  4. So there is more than one fish!
    That's pretty cool.
    The rusted steel is a nice contrast.
    Considering it's in the desert.

  5. The school of fish is easiest to see if you are walking, or bicycling, slower is better, because of the way the wall undulates. You sort of discover there's more fish there, and that the others are swimming the other way, and that they are different sizes, as you go along. In a car you zip by pretty fast, probably glimpsing one or two of these rusty beauts.


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