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    The latest shot of the HT, the tall bookcase on the left houses the Steelbook collection.

    ozgur ozkok, yorlind photography, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Mat W 69 months ago | reply

      Wow - that looks cool!

    2. ELAINE 60 69 months ago | reply

      I like this, super shot, was always not keen on Fish eye, think you have converted me

    3. SFB579 Namaste 69 months ago | reply

      ELAINE 60

      Yes to show the hole room you really need the fish eye.

    4. Alan Wennington 69 months ago | reply

      Nice one Steve. Are the bulbs a pretty penny? Haven't used mine for years. Since buying a 50" tv

    5. CoolMcFlash 69 months ago | reply

      Very nice fisheye shot!

    6. yorlind photography 69 months ago | reply

      nice one steve great shot

    7. SFB579 Namaste 69 months ago | reply

      Alan Wennington

      2000hr bulb life, replacements cost £120 so not too bad.

    8. NikonD7100 Feeling Better. 69 months ago | reply

      You cold always try a pano shot. Love the view BTW

    9. shotokan101 69 months ago | reply

      nice shot and a nice setup :)

    10. Lt. Sweeney 69 months ago | reply

      Wow!!! What a wonderful place. It's great!
      Amazing capture (sorry my english)

    11. tonymachin 69 months ago | reply

      Nice shot love the room

    12. ADRIANO ART FOR PASSION 69 months ago | reply

      Beautiful super wideangle use....

    13. summerdreams05 64 months ago | reply

      wow, great capture and work in your stream...

    14. Helpgurusg 37 months ago | reply

      Cool pic! We have used this photo in our article

    15. stevebell 32 months ago | reply

      Excellent capture, a composition just made for a fisheye. At this moment I'm sitting in the same chair as the one to the right, very comfortable.

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