On a lark, moon shot with E-1 + 70-300. Not bad considering the resolution is half that of the E-510.
Oh, also, the E-1 balances out the 70-300 on a tripod so much better than the E-510.
Just some stuff.
That leaf one is beautiful.
OK, one of my own, an "old one" from Thailand, with a slight crop of the 40-150mm lens.
The extra light reflection off of the cleared away bark just made this picture "work" for me.
This is about the closest thing to "street" photography I've ever done - don't know who she is, she didn't know I was taking a picture of her (or she didn't care). Worked okay in colour, really pops in black and white.
And one more - a truly classy organization (I'm sure I posted a pic of the owner last year).
I rented the 50-200 SWD for a pair of weekends. Mainly got it to try out at the Petit Lemans at Road Atlanta. Unfortunately that turned out to be a record rainy event and I barely got to use it. Certainly not long enough to get comfortable with it. I wandered around a bit this Saturday and caught a few of the usual critters. The images seem a bit more crisp than the 70-300, but not sure if I want to trade up for the bulk. This one is cropped and slightly sharpened.
And one more moon shot... full moon tonight, this is handheld, ISO100, E-510 + 70-300MM. 1/250th, F8
Boy, Jekostas you are far steadier than me. I don't think I could get that sharp a shot if I was bronzed in place.