Here are some newer shots with my Sigma 10-20 (mostly at 10mm, what else would you use that lens for?) I'm loving the perspectives you can get through it. I might have a new favourite lens! But guys, please give me criticisms. I love those. 1. While driving through Calgary, my friends and I saw this ... sculpture/structure/art piece ... thing and all did a double-take. We immediately pulled over beside the grassy lawn on which the structure stood and excitedly hopped out with our tripods and gear. Not more than ten minutes later, one of those half-cop/rent-a-cops in a pseudo-cop-car car pulls up beside us. He sits there on the street, watches us and repeatedly flashes his lights at us, but never gets out of the car. We all wave at him and continue shooting. After messing up our shots with his lights for about 5 minutes and us not really responding, he finally drives off. I then got my shot: 2. My friend Leanne never seems to have her tripod on her, so I then let her borrow mine. It was then I saw this shot, facing 90 degrees left of the freaky upside down church. I had no choice but to sit on the ground and do a two-second exposure to get this shot: 3. Feeling confident with five of us (And being armed with pointy-ended tripods), we braved Calgary's industrial area that night. We weren't near any streets at all when some guy in a Ford slowly pulled up from within the industrial park. He stopped, looked at us for a moment and then rolled down his window to ask "So, are you guys from Greenpeace or something? You gonna hang a banner?". A bunch of people with weird equipment in the shadows around an industrial plant at night; yeah I can see why he asked. 4. The next night, the fog was nowhere to be seen, and our view of Calgary was magnificent. So I thought I'd try a panorama ... at a 10mm focal length. It worked, mostly. I was with two of my other friends at this location, but they were taking their panoramas over 100 feet away from where I was. As security against any potential muggers, I decided that I needed to look mean. So I pulled the hood of my jacket over my head and scowled at anyone who walked even near me. I didn't care if I looked like a jerk, I was taking no chances! I'm so naive sometimes. 5. While in Humpty's the next morning, waiting for the food, people start to do things to entertain themselves: 6. And I don't remember, have you guys seen this one yet?