Well, its been about two weeks now since my wedding (Still waiting on the pictures) but I do have a series of landscapes that I took while on the two islands. I'll admit this much, I don't know how to shoot landscapes effectively, but I followed the advice of those who replied to my pre-wedding thread, and did some more homework. These are the results. The mountains were breathtaking. The island, though tiny, provided some great views. Both islands were created by a volcano a little over 1000 years ago. (or so I'm told by the locals) Since volcanic rocks are in such incredible abundance, they use them to build walls and separate property lines. If you would like to see the rest of the set, take a quick look at my flickr page. For reference, I used an EPL1 with my 9-18, 40-150 and 45mm.