Ok, this post is sorta schizo. First off it's a chronology of changing light and clouds. Then it's a changing of aperture and lenses, and finally it's about changing perspectives. This first shot was taken with the new (25 year-old) Pentax Takumar 135mm f/2.5 lens I picked up off ebay and hadn't shot with yet. This shot is really a Frankenstein shot. It was taken with my Contax 85mm f/1.4 lens held in the lens mount of the *istD by hand, because while the lugs will go in the mount they're just a tad too thick to allow the lens to twist and lock into place. Seemed to work though. This one was shot with my Tamron 28-85mm f/2.8 @ 28mm. Shot #4 was shot with my Sigma 70-200mm F/2.8 and a doubler, mostly to see what the lens reported as a focal length in the exif data. It reported 70mm, which was the lens setting, so at least I get that much. And finally, a shot with the Pentax 18-35mm @ 35mm. Total elapsed time first shot to last was 18 minutes. Funny how things change over time.