Interesting Self-portraits of The Who with Fish-eye Lens
The Who are an English rock band who emerged in 1964 with singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townshend, bassist John Entwistle, and drummer Keith Moon. They are known for energetic live performances which, since a performance at the Railway Hotel in Wealdstone in June 1964 when Townshend smashed his guitar in anger and frustration, often include smashing their instruments. For much of their career they have been regarded as the third most important British rock act after the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
Below are some of strange and interesting fish-eye self-portraits of The Who taken by using a camera of photographer Bent Rej, circa 1960's.