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A photographic anomaly. Or is it an Enigma?
Lens: Canon EF-S 55~250mm, IS, STM Lens Camera: Canon EOS 80 D Photo Location: Neighborhood ISO: 1600 Shutter Speed: 1/320s Aperture: F6.3 
Posted By: Tonytee, 07-16-2020, 04:25 PM

Focal Length 220mm, Shutter Priority Mode, No Fill Flash With Spot Metering.

I do not know what type of flower this is. To me the Enigma is the white stuff in the background. It was not there in the viewfinder when I took the shot. In the background

when I took the shot were blue sky and tree tops. At any rate, I felt the image turned out quite well with a very pretty subject and decided to share with you awesome friends

and amazing photographers. Many thanks for viewing. Yes, I am aware of the sharpening artefacts. So, sue me.

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Very nice TT, I think the colors turned out great.
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Very nice TT, I think the colors turned out great.

Very much appreciated. )

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Very nice TT, I think the colors turned out great.
Me too.

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Great, but by the way, did you notice the sharpening artifacts?
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Great, but by the way, did you notice the sharpening artifacts?
Yes, he ack'd that up front, and invited us to sue him
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Me too.

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Thanks a bunch Jer. )

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Great, but by the way, did you notice the sharpening artifacts?

Thanks very much. After listening to the National News and the effects of COVID-19, I needed a good laugh. )

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Yes, he ack'd that up front, and invited us to sue him

Thank you very much Sir Nameless, as I could always use another chuckle. )


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