Here's a couple shots I took over the last month. #1 - f/16, 1/125sec, ISO 400, 50mm (80mm equivalent) I had been doing some Halloween portraits of my 6 month old daughter and only had my 50mm 1.8 on me when I spotted this scene. It's hand held, and would have preferred a tripod, but what can you do? Not my best landscape, but I'm fairly pleased with how it turned out. #2 f/14, 30sec, ISO 100 I was experimenting with long exposures to get this. It was taken right about at sunrise, but because the mountain was in the way, the sun had another 45 minutes left to breach the horizon. It was practically pitch black when I shot this one. Again, there's things I would do differently next time, but I do like how this one looks. C&C welcome. Thanks a bunch!