ISO 100, 16mm, 1/320 sec at f/13, Canon EOS 5D Mark III with EF16-35mm f/4L IS USM
Recently I had a photo day and I suddenly found this heavenly big flower field after wasting my time (that was not short aww) on some poor sessions at our Royal Botanic Gardens (= I met many cute birds, but my 16-35 mm lens are toooo short to take pics of them nicely…).

Anyway I have been knowing the Gardens for 20 years but I never had seen such a flower heaven there!! I really didn’t know about that heaven at all!! I was astonished and so happy!!
Love love love the dramatic lighting which was the last light for the tremendous sweeties there! 

Oh, but I terribly regretted and still regret that I haven’t remembered the calculation to obtain the very Deep-focus. I’m so weak in mathematics and so lazy to remember anything! But I really needed the important equation/formula at that moment! But I just took photos haphazardly without the calculation...
(> v <;)>"

At the right setting of true Deep-focus, the foreground, middle-ground and background are all in focus. I sometimes got such shots not by calculation but by chance for years. And at the moment, I could hit near-deep-focus point at some shots, but I missed at this shot, but hopefully you’ll overlook my boo-boo for the beauty of the scene…
(^ A ^)>"

Thank you for reading it.
(^ v ~)/
I wish you a twinking day!

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