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Somewhere else in the world:
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Somewhere in Alaska
 

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Colorado, somewhere South of Denver.
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A single duck on Reflections Lake, Alaska -

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Artichoke field .
We actually eat those ,here in the middle east :)
 

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I grew those once in the garden.
After months of careful tending to them and reading all about preparation, I set about the task.
Attacks with pliers, scissors and tweezers in industrial gloves still resulted in severely punctured fingers from the damn spines.
By the time we got to the edible bits, there was just about enough to feed a mouse.
Needless to say, we never bothered again. :rolleyes:
 
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Long dead but still supporting life.

A (admittedly not useful for proper analysis) comparison between HHHR and single shot (extremely windy day):
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100% locked zoom comparison:
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1:1 on HHHR and 1:2 on 20 MP single image for comparing the level of small details and noise:
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There is huge improvements if the only condition of as little movement of subject/s in the image can be mentained.
 

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I grew those once in the garden.
After months of careful tending to them and reading all about preparation, I set about the task.
Attacks with pliers, scissors and tweezers in industrial gloves still resulted in severely punctured fingers from the damn spines.
By the time we got to the edible bits, there was just about enough to feed a mouse.
Needless to say, we never bothered again. :rolleyes:
Our local stores offer artichoke hearts in a can. This makes it much easier...

(FWIW, artichoke hearts, Parmesan cheese, some rated garlic, pepper in the oven at 400 deg. F for 15-20 minutes - and it is lovely).
 

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