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Carlton SooHoo, Ph.D.

Formal Garden, King's Garden, Fort Ticonderoga

Matt Smith

A Garden 2 Bee

Beech Grove, Indiana, USA

June 25, 2006 - 07:44 local time

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© 2006 Matt Smith, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Get a shovel, dig a hole, add some dirt and put in a couple bulbs. Over the next few weeks make sure you add water to the location. Did you choose a location that has plenty of sunlight? That is all you need to make a garden. If it grows well, you will be using gloves to pull weeds and you might even see a bee or two.

This is how we started looking at the garden theme. What does it take to have a garden? No one in our office has a green thumb. We either work too much or we are allergic to bees. We’ll show a future garden, that’s what we’ll do. This is an image of the products many people use everyday to make the beauty that we see as gardens.

This is some of the first work we have done with using a wider lens to show an exaggerated depth of field in the Object VR industry. The lens helped to add interest to an otherwise stagnant collection of objects. The proximity to the objects helps to make you feel that you are in the middle of the collection.

To view a full multi-row Object VR of "A Garden to Bees" click here.

Location

USA-Canada / USA-Indiana

Lat: 39° 43' 18.12" N
Long: 86° 5' 8.16" W

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

OpenStreetMap: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Equipment

Nikon D100, Nikon 10.5mm Len PhotoSpherix's own custom built medium weight multi-row Object Rig.

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