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Artist at work.

By rontear  
Arest from wildlife for the moment. We went to Zanzibar to relax after the events of Kilimanjaro and safari. Thought I would try a new approach to candid/urban imagery. Using only the Fish eye lens. Challenging to say the least.

Tags: Photo journalism Stall Paintings Outside Zanzibar Stone town At work

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lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
24 Aug 2008 11:06AM
Eye-catching shot

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Hoffy Plus
11 262 16 England
24 Aug 2008 11:19AM
Very good view point
mark103 12 2 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2008 11:53AM
I really like this.

Mark
geegee 12 29 England
24 Aug 2008 11:58AM
Great use of the fisheye! Produced a really interesting image.

George.
proz 12 205 United States
24 Aug 2008 4:34PM
alot to see here, very appealing Ron, nicely composed.
MalcolmS Plus
11 1.2k 13 England
24 Aug 2008 4:52PM
Different view on life Ron, but it works

Malcolm
fotodayz 8 179 1 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2008 4:53PM
Ah I've been there, I recognise the malaria poster - did you go to the house and church dedicated to the memory of slavery? Great image
24 Aug 2008 8:55PM
Good view point Ron - John
oppo 10 6 2 Scotland
24 Aug 2008 10:33PM
I love this. Amazing detail and I like the movement blur on the hand.

Phil
MDaniel 9 3 3 Ghana
25 Aug 2008 8:01AM
Good use of the fisheye lens, the movement makes it
Piks 8 6 2 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2008 9:20AM
works well the movement in the hand finishes it off to perfection
Steve-T 9 53 66 England
2 Sep 2008 12:23AM
HIV/Aids and malaria "is very bad" seems an understatement. The challanges in this part of the world makes our concerns and worries somewhat insignificant.
Steve
tigertimb 8 40 66 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2008 7:49AM
Great image Ron and I really like this wide viewpoint - I thought initially that you were peering over the artists shoulder
Tim

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