So, Last week I went to Wilsons Prom: Which is the southern most point of the state of Victoria for those playing at home. It is a beautiful National Park with lots of trails and a few smallish mountains you can hike up. I took my e-pl1 along with the kit lens, the 9-18 mzuiko and the panasonic 20mm 1.7 (all I could fit in my bag really - and I think my girlfriend, as patient as she is, wouldn't have enjoyed additional lens changing!) Anyway, reviewing the bucketload of snaps I made, I don't feel too happy with what I got, but I think I learned a few things about using filters, and how important it is to get the exposure right the first time - especially since i don't like to play around much in post-processing! <iframe align="center" src="http://www.flickr.com/slideShow/index.gne?group_id=&user_id=50946580@N05&set_id=72157625834548609/with/5410330738&tags=WilsonsProm" frameBorder="0" width="600" height="600" scrolling="no"></iframe><br/><small>Created with <a href="http://www.admarket.se" title="Admarket.se">Admarket's</a> <a href="http://flickrslidr.com" title="flickrSLiDR">flickrSLiDR</a>.</small> (the colours look a little funny in the slideshow but much truer in the gallery.) Thanks for looking!