After finishing a fantastic 5 days with Ian on his Lake Superior workshop, I stayed for an extra day. There's a profusion of dirt roads in the area. This one turned out to be a railroad access road leading to a remote siding. Cresting a small hill, the road and canopy seemed to come together. I decided to test the focus bracketing feature on my new Canon R5. It was set for increments of 1 and unlimited shots. It took 11 shots. The first few were front focused and the last few were past infinity focus. I used the 7 focus bracketed shots that were sharp. Camera settings were ISO 400 (needed for shutter speed in the wind), f9, 1/80th of a second and 214 mm on my 100-400 lens. I exported the 7 frames in LR to Helicon Focus and it returned a stacked DNG image back to LR. It was pretty amazing to see the front to back sharpness of the stack compared to trying to shoot a single shot at f22.