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I walked to my local waterfall this morning and spent some time learning more about my 24mm TS-E II; an incredibly sharp lens, but the vertical terrain here causes me some problems...arranging the plane of focus to cover both the rock at my feet and the top of the falls is...difficult; so much so that I haven't yet managed it to my satisfaction, but it's hard to tell on this web-sized file.
On the same trail is a plant that blooms (or "fruits") in the fall, called "Hearts-a-Bustin' ". I've shot this particular plant several years in a row in different conditions, and it looks pretty healthy this year...I use the same lens every time, the 70-200 f/2.8 II...
How 'bout those artfully arranged colored leaves? :)
Canon EOS 5D Mark III TS-E24mm f/3.5L II lens 24mm f/11.0 2s 100 ISO 0.0 EV
From this morning...
Canon EOS 5D Mark III EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens 85mm f/3.2 1/8s 100 ISO -0.3 EV
The same bush, two years ago, with fall leaves in full flame...
Canon EOS 5D Mark II 142mm f/2.8 1/160s 200 ISO +0.7 EV