Shooting pictures into the sun or very bright lights can cause flare and sometimes an image of the camera's diaphragm which is always a hexagonal-shaped (six-sided) object. Avoid shooting into bright lights or the sun, unless you want the flare and diaphragm image for a special effect. An accessory lenshade for your camera will greatly help to avoid this problem, except when the camera is pointed directly at the sun or bright light.
You can also learn more about lens flares and how to avoid them by visiting this site: Cambridge in Colour Photography
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