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Old Dec 2, 2012, 9:39 AM   #1
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Not been out lately so when i did get out i took these shots. Pretty happy with them all and love the small size of the TZ30 too so it stays in my handbag all the time now.
There is one shot, the last one, where there is a small area of greenwhich i am curious as to what it could be - any ideas anyone? It's not on the other shots of the same area and at the same time so what do you think it might be? My daughter thinks space craft,lol. but why green?
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Old Dec 2, 2012, 12:42 PM   #2
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Beautiful shots eysha! I love the building with the reflective window, and the sunset shots are always fabulous.

That green spot is a lens flare. You often get that when you point your camera at the sun. It's the sun ray bouncing around in your lens. Sometimes it shows up as rainbow colored spots. Many people don't like them, but personally I do!
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Bravo Eysha.

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I like the last one, cloudscapes intrigue me, never ever two the same. well done.
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Old Dec 2, 2012, 5:31 PM   #5
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Wow, thank you so very much for your comments, they are so very apprciated. Wish i could get out more but have my little camera now for when i do get out. Hope to get more soon, maybe, lol.
I did like the reflections in number three as it reflected all the people on the lower level of the shopping centre.
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