Circular Fisheye View of Brooklyn Bridge, New York 1997 by New York photographer Leonard Lewis (b.1962). A large format framed sepia toned photograph of a night view of the midpoint on the Brooklyn Bridge taken with a circular fisheye lens creating a hemispherical image of the guy-wire supports. The intention of this image was to convey old New York contrasted by the sensation of moving forward. The diameter of the circular view is 27 inches. The printed image measures 19-1/4 inches x 34-3/4 inches. The wood and plexi frame measures 40-1/4 inches x 45-1/2 inches. The work is not signed. Excellent condition.