Theme: Cross-section

A piece of fruit cut in half, the inside of a model, the end of a building under construction, where the end wall is missing, ...

This theme was suggested by spikey_richie.

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Just finished lunch, remembered the contest, looked down on the table, ran to grab the camera. Hoping it makes you hungry.

Canon EOS 70D
Canon EF-S 35mm Macro
ISO 1250 

Paris, 2022.03.01

NZ Tree fern in cross section

NZ Tree fern
Seen on Tiritiri Matangi, New Zealand

Panasonic Lumix GX80


Astronomy Tower

Astronomy Tower

A model of the astronomy tower featured in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Price. Taken at the Warner Bros studio tour in London, UK.

OMD E10 MK 3 with a 25mm Lumix prime lens ƒ/1.7, 1/100, 25 mm, ISO1600


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