Lindsay says that she captured this picture at her sister's wedding.
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Larkin writes: "I took this photo with my Nikon D90 on a rainy day in Rome at the Vatican Museum... I was surprised by how well it turned out, since it was a handheld shot taken in extremely low light at a very slow shutter speed."
Frank writes: "I shot this picture with a Kodak P850. I was actually trying to get a shot of just the sun, but when I went through my pictures later, this one stood out."
Martina writes: "I took this picture in the golden light of a beautiful spring afternoon. With the sun as my backlight, I captured this leaf with a Canon Rebel XTI using the fill flash to get the right exposure and prevent a silhouette."
Cindy writes: "I took this picture of a pine tree with my Canon Rebel XS. I used my editing program to make a reflection of the image, and then used the circular effects."
Lindsey writes: "I took this picture hiking to a palace in Sintra, Portugal. The entire mountain top was covered in white fog and gave the entire area a very mythical feel."
Steve writes: "I took this while on a business trip in Chengdu, China, from a taxi window using a Kodak EasyShare M1033 camera. I liked the juxtaposition of modern and traditional elements throughout the scene, both in the clothing and the bikes."
Joshua says that he took this photo with his T-Mobile cell phone, which has a 1.3-megapixel camera.
Michael says that he took this photo with his Nikon D60 "on the spur of the moment" through the sunroof of his car while stopped at a traffic light.
Reza used a Sony CyberShot DSC-W120 to capture a moment on a birthday cake.
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