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English: This image shows a whole and a cut lemon. It is an edit of Image:Lemon.jpg to reduce blown highlights and slightly darken image.
Deutsch: Dieses Bild zeigt eine ganze und eine aufgeschnittene Zitrone.
Svenska: Den här bilden visar en hel och en delad citron. Det är en redigerad version av Image:Lemon.jpg.

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  • Camera Nikon D70
  • Lens Nikon 18-70 AF-S DX / 3.5-4.5 G IF-ED
  • Focal length 70 mm
  • Aperture f/29
  • Exposure time 1.3 s
  • Sensivity ISO 200
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13 February 2005


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André Karwath aka Aka

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