Oaks Bottom Fisheyes
When I was growing up, Oaks Bottom was considered to be simply a lot of acreage with no particular intrinsic value. There had been proposals to fill it in and make it a housing community or a motorcycle race track. So, as a kid, the bottoms were without a trail system and it would take me the better part of the day to traverse through the mud and tangled vines. The trees would decay and eventually fall in on one another changing the landscape frequently enough to always provide childhood intrigue. I had imagined the use of a circular fisheye lens capture printed on hand drawn paper long before I actually got around to trying it.