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Thanks, folks, I appreciate the kind words...
Twistedlim, I just now realized that the black portion of the wok would be a perfect break point to replace the OOF areas of the upper wok with an in-focus version to add detail above; I don't really know if composite, or focus stacking shots meet the rules; can anyone advise? Maybe I'll PM Fred for future reference.
Mark, I've enjoyed watching this WA forum for a while, and now I've seen how it gets me out of my bubble a bit, so I hope to keep up the entries...and the train/plane assignment last week showed me that if I have a good idea, I better get it up soon or come up with another one (I think that happened three times last week! )
Thanks again to everyone for comments and everlovin' assistance...
I'd say you would be fine using a composite image. As long as it lends to the ideal the image represents, it should be no problem...