About 6 months ago I got an Olympus OM-D E-M10 with the kit lens (Zuiko 14-42mm) and a zoom lens (Zuiko 40-150mm) that came as part of an Amazon bundle. Everything's been great, and I'm thinking about investing in a new lens. I've been looking on the internet for suggestions and the consensus seems to be either "Depends on your shooting style," which is not particularly helpful--as a newbie, I can imagine using pretty much any lens. I wanted to ask here for your two cents, given the lenses I have and the kinds of situations where I take pictures: hiking (landscapes and landscape portraits) flowers/plants city tourist photos (streets, buildings, markets) whale-watching and wildlife restaurants (esp. low-light) sunsets Right now I usually carry both lenses for hiking or other extended trips where I'm carrying a backpack; for cities and day-to-day use, I just use the 14-42mm. I can imagine using a wide-angle lens for summits and broad landscapes, and wouldn't mind carrying one more lens if it's worth it. On the other hand, it would also be nice to have a lighter/smaller lens for cities/day-to-day use (instead of the 14-42mm) but I'm worried I'll miss the zoom too much. And right now I have relatively bad photos in low light, and I wouldn't mind improving those as well. Any advice, including the advice to not buy a new lens right now, is more than welcome. Generic suggestions about what kind of lens I'd get the most out of (e.g., wide-angle vs. prime) and specific comments about certain lenses are all welcome. (But I am looking for mid-range or lower in terms of price.) Below are a few of my OM-D photos (all unedited) that I like, so you can see the kinds of photos I like to take. All except the first were taken with the 14-42mm.