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I’m sure it’s the grainy quality and the vignetting around the edge of the picture, but this shot of a totem pole I found in the UW arboretum reminds me of something from a ViewMaster disk. I’m thinking it would be titled something like “Indians carved these elaborate poles before we wiped them out and took their stuff”. This one stands watch over the Montlake Cut. When cruising by in a large yacht, I’m sure it’s fun to look at.
I like the angle in this shot a lot – one of the things about Through The Viewfinder is that you’re holding a periscope shaped device in front and below you, so for once, getting a low angle looking up at the subject is relatively easy (nothing is exactly easy with the contraption). Until my DSLR gets a movable live-view LCD, this is about the only way I have to take shots from this angle.