Hugo Rodriguez / Digital Imaging Expert & Landscape Photographer
Maybe you've visited a Guggenheim museum once. There are three: in New York, Venice and for a few years in Bilbao.
Frank Gehry's building is well known for its striking design. At the foot of the museum is a curious spider sculpture called Mama, by Louise Burgeois. At 9 meters high, it's nothing compared to the impressive titanium building but the truth is that once you're underneath it makes you feel something special. It's a strange feeling. Or at least I felt it.
It probably isn't clearly visible, but Mamam is there, slightly below and to the left of the center of the photo. Can you see it?
I took a series of 12 shots with my Nikkor 10.5 mm fisheye, to stitch them later, until I finally managed to get this image using the Little Planet projection: