Well, the caverns aren't exactly outdoors, but they're nature of a sort... There are a lot more, but these are the ones that caught my eye when I started going through the SD cards from the Canon S2IS. Most have little to no PP, including cropping, other than the scaling to avoid taking all night to get them on Flickr. Suggestions for PP and for getting the photos themselves better next time appreciated. There are also some B&W film shots that I've got scanned, but haven't put on Flickr yet. I'll try to remember to get the best on there sometime soon. Somewhere in the Big Room: I took as many shots in there as possible using the ambient light with 1-10 second exposures, usually with the tripod folded and jammed between my boot and the handrail. They look pretty flat with on-camera flash, and re-creating the lighting effects they've set up in there would take a lot of strobes and trained monkeys to place them. Another shot from the Big Room. This has to be one of my favorites from the Big Room. I don't know that I would have chosen a green gel for that light, but I have to admit it makes a nice dramatic effect. I thought I had a shot of this with flash for comparison, but I can't find it. Suffice it to say that the lighting really makes the shot here. A few more at http://www.flickr.com/photos/kd5nrh/sets/72157606522216138/ This is definitely a place I'd love to spend a few days wandering around after-hours with a lot more photo gear. Their prices seem pretty reasonable, too, especially considering how delicate that environment is, so I may have to look into that.