Last Thing a Fish Sees

© David M. Heisler

Last Thing a Fish Sees

Uploaded: January 22, 2005

Description

Taken in September 04 on Mykonos, from inside the pelican's mouth with a 10.5 mm fisheye lens. This pelican got fed up with me as I was shooting with the fisheye very close to his eye. Next thing I knew, I found my entire head - and camera - inside his beak. I managed to fire off 4 shots before backing away - this was the best.

Comments

Wendy Stevenson January 22, 2005

LOL - ok that took me a few seconds but I got it!!! Pretty hilarious David!! Well done. #207854

Stephanie Lyons January 23, 2005

David ~ I absolutely love this shot ...! Thank you for the smile you gave me ...

Steph #1058587

February 06, 2005

Just shared this one with my entire family, we all loved it! Bet that was a great holiday. #1088043

February 06, 2005

Just shared this one with my entire family, we all loved it! Bet that was a great holiday. #1088044

Kimberly J. Whipps February 18, 2005

Amazing. Congratulations, you deserve it after almost being swallowed. #1114095

Wendy Stevenson February 19, 2005

My boys and I LOVE this shot. Great to see it in the finals and best of luck to you in the next round!!! #1116190

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