Fireweed

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Taken:
2005-08-04
Uploaded: 2020-02-11
Camera:
NIKON D50
Lens:
18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-6.3
Focal length: 35 mm
F-Stop:
16
Filter:
N/A
Shutter Speed:
1/100 s
Tripod:
No
ISO:
800
Flash:
No

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Critiques for this photo (4):

mortijo (2020/02/12)

Current discussion:

plimrn (2020/02/14 00:55:35): It is nice to hear from you. How are things with the two of you? We're good: studying Italian, & maintaining our exercise program and avoiding thinking about politics. Not much winter here....I've only skied a couple of times in spite of having an annual pass

W.Lim (2020/02/12)

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plimrn (2020/02/14 01:02:51): I'm pretty sure they are the same flowers. My partner, Joshua lived in Alaska for many years so he has little desire to go back. However, I have a long-standing promise to go to Alaska with my son. My brother-in-law always wanted to go to Alaska but never made it, so I'm determined that Chris will go.

Buin (2020/02/13)

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plimrn (2020/02/14 00:59:39): Thank you , Frank. Backgrounds are always a problem for me when taking photos of flowers in nature. As you astutely observed, that shaft of light makes this my best Fireweed image

guillaumejm (2020/02/14)

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plimrn (2020/02/16 20:01:39): C'est le cas, mais ce sont les eaux d'amont de la rivière San Joaquin