Prime Lens - Focal Length Equal Human Eye 1/2

Challenge #16 in the Who Knows... series. Hosted by blosshapperter.
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Show me your very best picture using a prime length equivalent to human eye (43 mm AFAIK). A normal prime lens was usually 40-55mm on "full frame" SLRs - in practice, it was most commonly 50mm supplied as a "kit" lens On medium format film cameras (6x6 and 6x4.5 cm) normal lenses were usually 75 or 80mm On APS-C cameras say 28mm to 35mm. On m4/3 say 17-27mm (17 may be a bit low but there are nice lenses out there) Aperture (F stop) and DOF (depth of field) shouldn't matter, but I expect some beautiful examples of (very) narrow depth of field. Please do confine to available light (no flash) and leave any macro shots in the drawer.
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Pavilion and Trees at Midday
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Normally the light at midday is too harsh. Also green leaves against a blue sky do not stand out. So I put on an infrared filter to make the leaves look white.
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Submitted: Wednesday, 3rd April, 2013 07:34 (GMT)
Taken: Thursday, 14th June, 2012
Focal length: 20 mm
Shutter speed: 1 sec
Aperture: F5
ISO: 200
Notes: Infrared R72 filter was attached to the 20 mm micro-fourthird prime lens.
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