This was a relatively huge inflorescence, compared to nearby ones and was naturally lying horizontal across the foliage of a Vaccinium plant. I merely pulled aside twigs making shadows.
These were shot at f8. I must get into the habit of using smaller apertures than I do with m4/3. Kneeling in the cold water of boggy pond-side mud caused me to hurry somewhat!
The images are uncropped, and I used my regular processing, apart from opening the RAW files as TIFFs.
A7R3, Aperture priority, Oshiro 60mm macro at 1/400 at f8 ISO 250, sunlight, hand held.
The stereos are crosseye. The second pair could have had better framing.