I am lucky enough to live pretty much on the coast. My occasional, rainy day, drive to work takes me along it for the majority of the way. I am making a conscious effort to have a camera with me in the car whenever I drive so I don't miss those great opportunity shots budding photographers such as myself sometimes lament missing. A M4/3 system, coupled with a Sony NEX, makes that aim very easy to accomplish. I have been able to get some images that I would otherwise have missed. It made me feel less guilty about being soft and skipping my push bike ride to work due to a little winter rain and wind At least one person on the forum will recognise this building straight away. It is located in a very wealthy suburb in Perth and many, many people come down at all times of the day to swim near it. Panasonic GF-2, 7-14@14mm, f8, ISO200 Indiana Tea House Sunrise I by evilDink, on Flickr I love to see people out exercising their dogs. I don't care whether it is a simple walk around the block or a trip to the beach for a swim. You can see the dogs love it. This is taken at a dog beach that is always popular. Panasonic GF-2, 7-14@14mm, f6.3, ISO100 Walking the Dog by evilDink, on Flickr The weather forecast was for apocalyptic winds and rain (the local TV channels have a bad habit of sensational reporting at times) I got up nice and early to come out and take some storm pictures. The weather didn't eventuate but as I was heading back to the car, this appeared. turned into a double rainbow as well. Definitely one of those moments. Panasonic GF-2, 7-14mm@7mm, f7.1, ISO200 Storm Rainbow by evilDink, on Flickr I downloaded a trial of the Nik Silver Efex 2 to have a play around with. I am a fan of black and white and one of the things that I like about the M4/3 system is its size and ability to handhold one of these cameras for slower shutter speed images. I tried this as black and white due to the mixed temperature light at that time of the day and it is far better than it would be as a colour image, in my opinion. Panasonic GF-2, 7-14@7mm, f4, 1/13th, ISO400 I hope you enjoy my drive to work as much as I do somedays.