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Old May 19, 2013, 9:09 PM   #1
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Spotted this little (?) gem at the park this afternoon... the sun went partly behind a cloud, and the light got all nice and filtered, which really helped this image... 7D, 100-400 @ 180mm, 1/400 @ f/6.3...

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Very sharp and colorful!
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Very sharp and colorful!
...and intoxicating in a strange way.
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Spotted this little (?) gem at the park this afternoon... the sun went partly behind a cloud, and the light got all nice and filtered, which really helped this image... 7D, 100-400 @ 180mm, 1/400 @ f/6.3...

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Good catch, first class shot ... For info the clematis variety is "Nelly Moser" ... I have several clematis growing in my garden and Nelly is one of my favourites. ... Jack.
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