Here are some from the last few weeks. The weight is not really that big a deal, but again the biggest lens I use is a Mamiya 80mm 2,8. The one of Mount Jefferson (the one with the wild flowers) was a 6 mile hike in, and the mosquitoes are (were) horrid, due to all the rain we had in June. All are taken with the Olympus Zuiko 28mm, except for the close up of Mt. Hood. That was handheld with a Mamiya 80mm. I just need a Daryl Benson reverse grad now... The star trails is a single exposure, about 19:45 seconds. Pretty good guess on exposure, if I do say so myself. I had a half moon behind me, lighting her up.