Macro photography can reveal tiny details that aren’t always readily apparent. When I found some Pineapple Guava the other day, I thought its flowers would make an interesting focus shifting subject. The flowers are small, about an inch and a half in diameter and I didn’t examine them closely before setting them up to photograph them. When I completed the final focus shifting image, combining 75 images into one, I was surprised to see that the flash against the black background highlighted some tiny webs on the flower petals. I’m sure there are tinier critters somewhere amongst the petals. I’m not going to look any closer. Nikon Z7, FTZ, Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 Micro lens, 3 Nikon SB 5000 Speed Lights.