These are both focus stacks, courtesy of Magic Lantern. The flower in the upper image was much closer to the ground, so it wasn't affected by the occasional breeze. The bottom flower was much more exposed, and I had to go through the stack several times to eliminate probably half of the layers where the flower had been blown to one side or the other.
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
The backyard flower garden held a surprise yesterday. Despite the hard frost on Monday morning, a fair number of Marsh Gentians (Gentiana pneumonanthe) were blooming their collective hearts out on Tuesday afternoon.