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Camera lens or calendar?

Pro photographer Sharad Haksar turns an ordinary camera lens into an office supply.

Yanko Design/SharadHaksar.com

At first glance, this could easily be mistaken for a camera lens. But look closely at the focus, shutter speed, and aperture rings and you'll see that it is in fact a calendar.

Designed by photographer Sharad Haksar, the calendar--which goes all the way to the year 2032--is sculpted from a single block of aluminum.

While this is a pretty cool gift for photogs and collectors of unusually designed everyday objects, you better really like the person. According to a post on Yanko Design, the calendar is available for purchase for $2,000.