|Nature Photography by Rob Gray :: Image #02041|
I took this shot while driving down the Sunshine Coast Motorway early one morning, which just goes to show that you don't necessarily have to walk miles in the wilderness to find interesting landscapes to photograph.
There are dozens of spider webs strung between the grass stems but you can't really see them on the lo-res version, one of the limitations of the internet. Try using the magnifier to see them.
This kind of image is just made for a large format camera because it requires perfect focus from front to rear, something almost impossible to achieve with normal cameras.
With a large format camera you can tilt the lens to adjust the plan of focus which is the main reason the photos in wilderness calendars always look so incredibly sharp.