Leah M. Valenzuela 3/28/2007 12:38:36 PM

very neat! #627977

Diana L. Ralph 3/28/2007 12:53:23 PM

Thank you, Leah! #4106734

Nadine A. Lewis 3/28/2007 1:18:16 PM

OUTSTANDING image, Diana!!! <>< #4106780

Diana L. Ralph 3/28/2007 2:08:45 PM

Thanks, Nadine! It's fun to twist and turn photos to see what they look like in another viewpoint. #4106859

Roxanne M. Bubar 3/28/2007 4:12:13 PM

WOW this is amazing. #4107050

Diana L. Ralph 3/28/2007 5:22:19 PM

Thank you, Roxanne for you wonderful comment. #4107243

monique gresser 3/28/2007 8:22:15 PM

Ok Diana - that is an awsome shot! "Out of this World" :) #4107549

Diana L. Ralph 3/28/2007 9:27:49 PM

Thanks so much Monique! And thanks for visiting my gallery. #4107622

Kenneth Mucke 3/29/2007 4:10:05 AM

WOW...what a great shot...You could have fooled me...I thought you were in outer space...LOL #4108159

Margo Bathrick 3/29/2007 6:22:02 AM

Awsome! VERY VERY good. I was fooled also!! :) #4108607

Diana L. Ralph 3/29/2007 10:50:01 AM

Thanks, Ken and Margo... So maybe there's a lesson here... don't give up on a photo until you turn it every way but loose! ;-) #4109594

Suzanne Colson 4/1/2007 6:21:52 PM

This is absolutely amazing!! I think I will go turn some of my pictures upside down tonight!! #4120089

Diana L. Ralph 4/1/2007 6:50:36 PM

LOL! Thanks, Suzanne... I will have to monitor your site to see what you come up with! I wish you the best! #4120152

Linda Proctor 4/1/2007 6:56:29 PM

Wow Diana this is awesome!!! What a lesson you taught me Love this!!!! #4120164

Diana L. Ralph 4/1/2007 9:11:08 PM

Thank you so much, Linda... I must give the credit to my hubby who noticed what it looked like upsidedown. #4120402

Elida Gutierrez 1/10/2008 11:12:08 AM

You really fool me here!! #5320296

Diana L. Ralph 1/10/2008 11:40:57 AM

Thanks, Elida! It fools a lot of people! Few can figure out how I did this. And yet it's so simple. #5320367

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I went on a little vacation recently, but NO, I didn't leave the earth in order to obtain this earthscape. I love to photograph skies and this one had so much interest that I wanted to get the fullest view of it so I used my 16mm fisheye. This wide-angle gives a curve to the landscape as this one has... my husband noticed that it looked like a view of the earth as seen from outer space if it was turned upside down. So, I turned it upside down and found he was right. So, without going to outer space, I seemed to have captured a photo that looks like I was there. My husband thinks I retreat there often! ;-)

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