City Sculpture

Camera: Canon 5D mark iii & 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye ~ Settings: f/16 – 1/80th – ISO 640

Calgary spends a lot of money on public art and this particular piece is one of my favourite. I’m not really sure what it’s suppose to be (if anything), but I like it :).

Thanks for stopping by, Rob

5D mark iii 15mm fisheye exif data rob moses photography

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31 Comments

      1. Ah, thank you, Rob! My photos are so amateur, but I really appreciate your words! Yes, you really should; I bet your photos would be outstanding of this great city! Cher 🙂

  1. Hi Rob, if I remember correctly it is suppose to be the Ram’s Horn! As for the price of art, the current mandate is that 1% of the budget for publicly funded projects to be spent on art, I am not sure if that applies to private building projects, this sculpture is a great example of corporate Calgary helping to support the arts. It is wonderful to walk the streets and see the art! I love it, and I love the effect of the fisheye lens on the sculpture. Photographers as creative as you make great use of the art on our streets! thanks for sharing your view of Calgary with us.

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    1. Hey buddy, so sorry for the slow reply. It just got lost in the mix. Anyhow, totally agree that it’s great we have such things on our city streets. Thank you for your nice complement and for the info regarding what that thing is suppose to be :).

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  2. I have absolutely no need for a fisheye lens, but they’re SO cool, I just want one! Love this shot. Thanks for stopping by our blog every week! We really appreciate it.

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