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Posted by
Ryan (Vancouver, Canada) on 27 February 2009 in Plant & Nature.

I don't know the name of this in English or Chinese, but I do know that they call it Spanish Flag in Spanish as it has the reds and yellows of the Spanish flag. Makes sense, after all.

This low f-stop thing is harder than I thought it would be, both in terms of content and also technically. The 50 mm lens I use for this doesn't have image stabilization like I'm used to, so I've had some blur problems, as may be evident here. The concept of exact focusing is much more important as well. Good practice!

Canon EOS 350D 1/2000 second F/1.8 ISO 100 81 mm (35mm equiv.)

Howard F. from South Pasadena, Calif., United States

They're called Lantana. The Latin or scientific name is called lantana camara. In Chinese- 馬櫻丹. Nice shot.

22 May 2009 8:26am

@Howard F.: Thanks a lot!

Canon EOS 350D
1/2000 second
F/1.8
ISO 100
81 mm (35mm equiv.)

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