It's been a while since I've made a trip purely for photography so last night seemed like a good time with the perfect weather. Hiked up a hill oppisite the cathedral as the sun was going down and then wondered around there in the pitch black to get a few photo's. It was pretty scary to be honest...but enjoyable! #1 4 Vertically taken shots | 52mm | 15s | F/7.1 | ISO 100 #2 42mm | 3.2s | F/8 | ISO 100 I used my 430ex to underlight this tree thing to give it an ethereal quality. I'd be intrested as to whether you like it or not etc. #3 28mm | 30s | F/8 | ISO 100 #4 31mm | 30s | F/8 | ISO 100 To be honest, I had no idea how much I'd use and come to love my flash when I bought it. I seemed to have used it in so many situations now (although very few/if any have been on the hot shoe pointed straight at subject!). Well worth the investment and not even comparable to the on camera flash. Just noiced the compression has caused some horrible effects with the dark colours in the picture's. These aren't present in the uncompressed images or the one's on flickr (hotlinked).