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English: An Apricot fruit, Prunus armeniaca, set on a white background.
Français : Un abricot ( Prunus armeniaca) sur fond blanc.
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Author Benjamint444

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Camera: Panasonic FZ30
Lens: Built in 7.4-88.8mm (35-420mm 35mm equivalent)

Panasonic DMC FZ-30 camera
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