These are my first photos with micro 4/3 camera taken 2 years ago. Not great images, but they makes me happy whenever I look them back. I was traveling around Europe for long periods. Eye-opening experiences. The travel eventually lead me to desire "real camera". I headed to camera shop as soon as I arrived Vienna. I could buy good hefty DSLR with big lenses, but I know that weights and volumes are crucial for travellers. I wanted my packs to be minimised, yet hoped I could get great quality images. I asked shop assistant which camera fits my needs, and he recommended Lumix GF6 which just introduced at the time. I took it. And I made these shots with my newly acquired camera. Images came out really clean and sharp. I'd never been able to get those perfect night shots with my smartphone. It was just a beginner camera with slow kit zoom, but was capable of taking nice night photographies with my humble photography techniques. That gave me trust that I can make a shot whatever I see. Since then, the capable camera in my pocket encouraged me to go further and see more. Do you remember your first impression of micro 4/3? EDIT : Maybe this should be posted in "Scenic, Architecture, and Travel" forum, but I was too late getting it.