Teeny, Tiny Dynamo

Captured last Thursday, this very small, white wildflower was found on a woodland near my rural Missouri home. I’m not sure what the identification is … so far, I haven’t found any images that compare favorably with it. If you might know what this little beauty is, I’d appreciate your assistance! The tiny flowers are about 1/4-inch in diameter, and they are growing just a few inches above the ground. Each flower has 10 petals. Sure are awesome, but would be even sweeter if I found out what they are! I had thought possibly Harbinger of Spring (which I’ve never found), but not sure.

Unidentified white, spring woodland wildflower

This image is a focus-stacked composite, using 19 images to get this capture.

Photographic Equipment Used:

  • Canon 5D Mark III body
  • Canon 180mm macro lens, f/3.5
  • Bogen 3021 tripod with ball head
  • ISO 200
  • Aperture f/3.5
  • Shutter 1/160 sec.
  • Processing: Combined 19 images in Helicon Focus to attain a single, focus-stacked image

 

 

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