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Sugar crystals

English: Macro photograph of a pile of sugar (saccharose)
Bân-lâm-gú: pe̍h-thn̂g. 白糖
Date 12.6.2006 (12th June 2006)
Source Photo taken by user
Author Lauri Andler(Phantom)
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The sugar was on a ruler, and the black marks are 1mm apart.

The image was taken with a Canon EOS 350D with an old manual 35mm-70mm Tamron zoom lens attached with a reverse ring. The magnification is approximately 2:1 (in this case it means 11mm cover the whole image width)


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