I love vacations, its the only chance I have time for myself and hence time for photography. This time I headed to Abudhabi to check out the famous Sheikh Zayed Mosque. And as I always say, a photographer has to be unique, thousands of photographers have taken a shot on this famous mosque, every possible angle you would know. So what can I do to be different?. A question every photographer should ask. Otherwise you will end up with a photo, many have taken and the value of it wont be much.
So for me, it was two things, one I had to do it in my favorite time, which is BLUE HOUR and secondly, I had to use a unique lens, that normally I wont use in this situation, i.e. the 10.5mm FISHEYE lens. I used my nikon 10.5mm, 2.5 Aperture FIsheye lens, with my old yet loyal Nikon D90 camera. The last two photos was taken with my Leica X2, just to have a go with it. And below are the results, hope you like them and let me know what you think.