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This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality.  I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation.  But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead.  You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here  http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4  and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F  DP261-2014  Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16. The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.  Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail  IN8037 (Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)  You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload.  I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.
Female Royal Danish Life Guard    Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark    Other photos from Copenhagen can be seen here: http://goo.gl/GWulS7    18/09/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Shot with all natural light, no retouching.
Vienna's Water By the ;middle of the 19th century Vienna had many epidemics of typhoid and cholera from polluted water.  A 95 km long pipeline was built to fetch fresh mountain water from the Rax and Schneeberg mountains south of Vienna.  The system, which runs by gravity, was finished in 1873, and now carries some 220,000 cubic meters of water daily - about half of Vienna's  water.  The pipeline is carried in aqueducts over valleys and in tunnels through the hills.  There are three aqueducts inside Vienna itself.   This one is in the 23rd district.  They were totally renovated 2007-2011.
17.09.14 - Shadows and Ghosts  Another shot from my Tuesday evening guided photo walk, and a regular subject, although I usually use a slightly different window for the reflecton and use a landscape orientation to get a wider view. I use this location to encourage people to look harder to find interesting perspectives. It is also useful to illustrate how slightly slow shutter speeds turn moving people into ghostly shadows.
This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality. I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation. But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead. You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4 and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F

DP261-2014 Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16.
The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.

Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail IN8037
(Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)

You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload. I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.

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This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality.  I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation.  But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead.  You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here  http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4  and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F  DP261-2014  Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16. The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.  Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail  IN8037 (Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)  You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload.  I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.
This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality. I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation. But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead. You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4 and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F

DP261-2014 Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16.
The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.

Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail IN8037
(Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)

You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload. I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.

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