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San Vicente Reservoir - Lakeside, CA
 

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I really like that purple spot in the bushes in the foreground! What is it? A flower?
Lens flare. This is actually a testament to the old 14-54 flare handling. The sun is basically above the top-left corner of the image - so it is more or less shooting in the direction of the sun - and yet, we get a pretty reasonable image out of it. (You can kind of see that the sky is white in the left-top 1/3 of the image - because of the direct sunlight.
 

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Lens flare. This is actually a testament to the old 14-54 flare handling. The sun is basically above the top-left corner of the image - so it is more or less shooting in the direction of the sun - and yet, we get a pretty reasonable image out of it. (You can kind of see that the sky is white in the left-top 1/3 of the image - because of the direct sunlight.
And I thought it was a flower! o_O
 

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New here. Hope I get this shot of mountains in the Crested Butte, CO area posted. Sorry, can't tell you the peak names. Thot it was a pretty scene.
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Thanks, Andrewmap. Think I'll enjoy it -- just need to figure out the procedures and protocols! Love shooting in the UK, too -- but it's been a several years since I was there last.
 
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Lens flare. This is actually a testament to the old 14-54 flare handling. The sun is basically above the top-left corner of the image - so it is more or less shooting in the direction of the sun - and yet, we get a pretty reasonable image out of it. (You can kind of see that the sky is white in the left-top 1/3 of the image - because of the direct sunlight.
It's simply a brilliant lens. I will never part with mine, even though I have the 12-100 as my walk around zoom.
 

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Lens flare. This is actually a testament to the old 14-54 flare handling. The sun is basically above the top-left corner of the image - so it is more or less shooting in the direction of the sun - and yet, we get a pretty reasonable image out of it. (You can kind of see that the sky is white in the left-top 1/3 of the image - because of the direct sunlight.
Couldn't agree more Ron, your lens copes much better than my 12-40 pro.
 

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A typical Tuesday sunset :p
 

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Another view of Buttermere...
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A friend of mine would call this a "bucolic" scene -- and, I believe he would be right! Ground fog adds a bit of softening. Nice!
It wasn't fog but really lazy fat clouds rolling around really fast. I thi k they were very heavy with humidity and it was reacting funky with the light. It made them look like fog :)
 
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