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These examples taken from the Yosemite and Eastern Sierra Nevada, and the White Mountains.
Many of the examples are stopped-down results from aperture series that were ruined by the autofocus errors of the Leica S Typ 006, which biased focus too far forward. Some still work well with stopping down, albeit with the foreground favored for sharpness and the background compromised.
Dead tree in creek
These white tree trunks appear to almost glow at this time of day due to the predominant blue light (shadowed canyon at high altitude).
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