Although I have previously written about tetrapanax here, I wanted you to get your tetrapanax fix with this HDR image I made of the underside of some tetrapanax leaves growing in my garden. Because of our mild winter, the tetrapanaxes are very large and impressive this year. This is a combination of three exposures, necessitated because I was shooting into the sun, making the sky blown out while the underside of the leaves was too dark. For those who don't know photography jargon, if the sky is blown out that means important details are lost. In Photoshop, as long as neither the darks or the lights are blown you can recover all detail even though the photograph may not look like much straight out of the camera. I would recommend that you click on the image to view it full screen. If you do, you may see a little spider on the tetrapanax leaf.