Flowers from this morning

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Begonia non-stop

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Crayola

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The first picture of the begonia was taken when the sun was going up but not reaching the flower.

The last picture is the crayola was taken full sun which give the appearance of a lot more sharpness.
 
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I once thy to explain to somebody that the quality of light has as much to do with sharpness than using the best lens and camera. I just put an example ot that above with the begonia with very diffuse light and the crayola with full sun.
 
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Gilles, out of all those lovely shots, I love the crayolas the best! You sure do get creative....I love it! Thanks for sharing.
 
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In pictures #3 and #4 there a big difference in the color due to different WB values, but if you notice there is also a difference in lighting there's only 1 minute difference between the two shots. The sun is coming from the left and the flower look like i use flash, that second light coming from the right is produce by the sun hitting a window on the second story of the house and acting like a mirror, that effect is more evident in the #4 picture.
 
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