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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Cerulean Nymph by Yahol
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Cerulean Nymph

September 13th, 2007

I took this picture of an Egyptian blue lily for my photography class. I raised the saturation in Lightroom to make the flower stand out.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: arne from delaat.net
about 16 years ago
It was a Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi with a 50mm f/1.4 lens
(I found it in the EXIF; simply open the wallpaper in Preview/GraphicConverter and look at the EXIF info.)

about the photo; Very nice, good colours, and nice focus, a little bit of sharpening might be nice, so overall very nice shot. makes a fine wallpaper indeed.
Posted By: enejc80 from gmail.com
about 16 years ago
Posted By: christopher_works from yahoo.com
about 16 years ago
I really love this photo. The way the flower pops out of the background is phenomenal. Thanks a lot.
Posted By: Yahol
about 16 years ago
Thanks for the comments, everybody. I've used interfacelift for my wallpaper needs for a while now; it's just great to have this picture posted here.
Posted By: zedspur
about 16 years ago
Nothing but thanks!!!

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