My goal was to get sharp images but with good bokeh. Our temperatures here are about 20°F higher than normal for this time of the year and I suspect that as a result the trees are budding sooner than normal. Here are three that caught my eye as I wandered through the Ribbonwalk Nature Preserve a few days ago.
Did you ever forget to check your camera settings and go merrily on your way snapping images? Apparently that is what I did here. I left the camera's ISO set to 1600 and as I was shooting in Ap so I didn't notice. Duh!
and yes, the first two are focus stacking images.
The next one in the set was shallow enough that at F/8, focus stacking was not required.