Conditions for this shot was not round up. It took more than 30 minutes to get this shot: wind, sun, choosing the branch, etc. Subject was also to far so I couldn't create a shadow on it myself because I also need to be present on the camera to release the shutter in the exact time I feel everything was calm down due to the wind. But event with such attention, I had to do a compromise and only one leaf is on focus.
Well, here is it anyway.
If you compare this shot to the non-adjusted version (see features on the picture above), you'll notice I've revealed some details on the fruit, enhanced some green and removed a giant sensor dust — This week in Landes was pretty intensive with the dust, I've passed hours filming at huge machine that cuts trees, switched lenses, and the pine pollen was so present at this period of the year it was covering everything in seconds.