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The above images are examples of some of the plant life growing at the edges of one of our flood plain wetlands here at Homewood. I like photographing there since it is close and the scene changes throughout the year … and they don’t keep cutting it down.
I like photographing small things, details, etc.( like above) with a 60 mm lens at an aperture of 2.4. At a distance of three feet, the depth-of-field (DoF) is only approximately plus or minus a third of an inch. That doesn’t leave much room for error with focusing but it does do a nice job of eliminating extraneous background. But, as I have mentioned before, it has to be a still day with no wind to photograph plants in this manner.