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Blue Mosque In A Bubble
Photo By Tom Storm

  • Title: Blue Mosque In A Bubble
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Turkey
  • Nearest Town: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Brief Directions: One plane ticket to Istanbul from your current location. Taxi ride to the Blue Mosque.
  • Notes: This was taken early morning November 2008 with my friend Christi. We had a great time and the security guard there even served us tea in the middle of the parking lot!
  • Description: This picture is part of a series I have been working on of major landmarks around the world within the reflection of a floating soap bubble. This is as shot, cropped, and turned into a B&W image. Simple level adjustment. No masks or layers. My rules are simple: - it must be floating as I take the picture - no editing beyond simple level adjustment, basic level adjustment, and the occasional black and white conversion.
  • Gear: Nikon D300 18-200mm VR
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