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Today’s post includes some more woodland wildflower images captured Monday morning at a local woodland. The False Rue Anemone (Isopyrum biternatum) is one of the first woodland wildflowers I see every spring. With it’s petite, white blooms, is is easy to overlook among the leaf litter, if not careful. Here are some of my favorite images:
Coming up … more woodland wildflowers!
Photographic Equipment Used:
- Canon 5D Mark 3 body
- Canon EF 180mm, f/3.5 macro lens
- Bogen 3221 tripod and ballhead
- ISO 800 (higher than what I wanted to use, but the wind was pretty nasty at times)
- Aperture f/4.5 to f/8 (varied with the distance I was from the plant, and what I wanted in sharp focus)
- Shutter 1/100 sec. to 1/800 sec.