Continuing with the subject of my prior post, here is another image that I created during that particular photography session on top of Dolly Sods, West Virginia. Much like my image of the blueberry bush, this image was a macro photograph using the 70-200 f/4 lens. When admiring the expansive bogs that occupy many high altitude plateaus in West Virginia, one cannot help but to notice the tiny puffs of white garnishing the top of a plant known as cottongrass. By using my focus shifting technique, I think that I was able to better show the spirit of the cottongrass.
echs: Canon 7D, Canon 70-200 f/4 + 1.4x teleconverter @ 280mm. 1 second, f/5.6., ISO 100. Focus shifted during a single exposure.