Consequently the few times that I've been out recently all I've used is my fisheye attachment, so much so that I'm becoming worried that it's a phase that will take a long time to pass. I don't claim to have taken anything new and revolutionary with it, but it gives me a whole new view of the world that generates a bit of a buzz when I look through the viewfinder.
I will add at this point that I've upgraded my trusty NEX-3 to an NEX-7, the latter having a the dual facility of an EVF as well as the display on the back screen. Using the viewfinder makes me feel more like a photographer than a snapper when holding the camera at arm's length to compose a picture, however, the articulated screen is still handy for those low/high angle shots that at my age are becoming physically impossible to achieve. The surreptitious lap shots are still available as well!
The pictures below are results of two or three expeditions of late using my fisheye attachment and which I'm afraid will be added to ad nauseam until I can shake off this dreaded wide view affliction!
WHITE VAN MAN
LOWRY @ WATERLOO
CHAIRS and GRASS