Tomorrowland - As The World Turns

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    Whenever I walk past this globe, if it's spinning, I stop it. I've convinced little kids gathered around the globe to help me stop it, and I've stopped it on my own when no one has been around to help. This amuses Sarah, who doesn't see the allure of conquering the great concrete globe. When it was gone for a while last year (and after that "dry" for a while), I was disappointed, as it's one of my favorite Tomorrowland details.

    In case you were wondering, after I stop the globe, I always make sure to get it started again.

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    1. Cory Disbrow 27 months ago | reply

      I love the sweeping composition, and the moon in this shot. Well done.

    2. Ring of Fire Hot Sauce 1 27 months ago | reply

      Exactly what Cory said! This is a sweeping composition and so perfect for the fisheye!

    3. Kurt Miller 27 months ago | reply

      The clouds and the lines of the TTA (and reflection) really give a feel of motion to this shot. Sweeping is a perfect description. Excellent work.

    4. Coasterluver 27 months ago | reply

      That rich sky behind the clouds is spectacular! And the reflection in the globe is like a double fisheye, very interesting!

    5. elsonpro 27 months ago | reply

      The reflection is class and the movement in the sky is superb.

    6. DugJax 27 months ago | reply

      One of the most intriguing images of Tomorrowland that I've seen. The compo really draws the eye into the shot.

    7. Gary Burke. 27 months ago | reply

      Wow! This is stunning! I love the reflections on the globe!

    8. Jamee C 27 months ago | reply

      Killer comp! Not sure if have ever seen that thing move.

    9. Eugene1959 27 months ago | reply

      Great capture.

    10. imagine3b 27 months ago | reply

      There is a wonderful sense of motion/orbit in this photo, and the setting is exquisite.

    11. Groucho Dis 27 months ago | reply

      Nice variation on the TTA fisheye - especially that nice reflection on the ball itself!

    12. Burnsland (Steve Burns) 27 months ago | reply

      I like the inclusion of the moon.

    13. Corsey21 27 months ago | reply

      I can never get shots of the clouds moving like this, great work.

    14. Danny Thompson Jr 27 months ago | reply

      The lines in Tomorrowland are always great, and the fish-eye tames them spectacularly in this shot. Excellent.

    15. Crustopher 27 months ago | reply

      I love the sky and all the great sweeping lines you captured.

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