Critique Diagonal Ovals

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28 focus-bracketed images captured using a Tamron 90mm macro lens and a CamRanger Mini. Stacked in Helicon Focus.

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Small continuous-light lamp was above the scene on the left. A white reflector was above the scene at a 45-degree angle.

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Very nice. I imagine you played with different working distances or focal lengths to determine exact composition and how many "ovals" to capture. I think you have chosen well. Just enough for context without being too busy.
 
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Thank you to Bart (especially for recommending the home page feature), Binnur, Dave, Ron, Nick, Connie and Walter!

It's the perspective that makes the shapes appear as ovals; when viewed from directly above, they are perfect circles.

I have no idea whether it's obvious what the subject is. Do you know what it is?
 
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Thank you to Bart (especially for recommending the home page feature), Binnur, Dave, Ron, Nick, Connie and Walter!

It's the perspective that makes the shapes appear as ovals; when viewed from directly above, they are perfect circles.

I have no idea whether it's obvious what the subject is. Do you know what it is?
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