Hi all. Yesterday night, while preparing today`s pic this little guy jumped out from the window... I inmediately left my orthodox landscape and took the 105VR to play with my new friend. He was so kind, he kept still during all the photo session, I suspect he thought it was his only way to avoid been wolf down by me. After several shots I left him outside. Then he started to run. It was a fast shooting with a SB-800 with diffuser to which I also taped a loose A4 sheet of paper, literally over him. I was not expecting anything good from the 105VR at 1:1 and small apertures. In fact, from f22 on, the image quality is really bad. The bug is 10-15mm lenght. The image has been taken at f64, I choose this one for the deeper DoF. The camera, D700 @ 200ISO, 14bit RAW, 1/60 sec. (I wonder why I left this slow speed), tripod, cable release, the camera as commander and the SB-800 at its maximum power as the only light source. Lots of post-processing. Please post your favourite pic if you like taken with Nikon gear, check your file size before posting, don`t forget to include gear info... as usual. Thanks. Moderator's note: Piggybacking onto Jose's post to add guidelines for benefit of our new participants. I'm seeing a few oversized photos, so here are a few tips: Just a few rules and guidelines for the weekly Nikon WedNEsDAy PiC threads: Some sort of Nikon equipment One photo per person JPEG only, resize to 700 pixels maximum width, less than 300 KB in file size In the caption, please specify the equipment used A few basic guidelines: Recent photos are encouraged but not required, since film photographers usually need more time to prepare. The goal is to encourage activity, but not mandate it. We don't set themes (that would duplicate photo.net's excellent No Words Forum ). Keep the photos safe for work or school viewing, using your best judgment. Most of all, join in and have fun. 1. Camera, lens, Coolscan scanner, etc. Fuji dSLRs w/ Nikon F-mount are accepted too. 2. Photos hosted off-site on your own site/blog, Flickr, smugmug, etc., can be attached using standard HTML. Captions won't be centered but otherwise the photos will appear normally. 3. Oversized photos will appear as links but won't display inline with the thread. 4. Camera, lens, anything interesting, etc. Some folks may be interested in other details, exposure, etc., which is usually included in the EXIF data, but isn't essential to these threads.