I’ve had a hard time getting a decent shot showing the “sharp end” of the Saturn V at Johnson Space Center. The rocket is enclosed by a building that ends only a few feet past the tip of the rocket so you can’t get far enough back or high enough to get a really good shot looking down the rocket’s length. On this trip, though, I took a different approach.
This shot shows the command module and escape tower from a position right underneath the last support holding the structure. Using a fisheye lens, I created an interesting pattern picture with the lines of the roof and windows forming an interesting framing parabola. What do you think?
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