A yellow primrose bathes in the warm light from the setting sun high in the mountains during sunset. This tiny flower was growing out of a small crack in a boulder on the edge of a cliff overlooking mountains with panoramic views in every direction. This was the most beautiful flower in the craggy garden of wildflowers. These wildflowers only stood 4 inches tall, forcing me to use an advanced landscape photography technique called focus stacking. With the front element of my lens only a few inches from the flowers, I took multiple images with different focus points in order to obtain perfect sharpness from the foreground all the way to the background.