Just poured myself an Alaskan Winter (my last one left over from the winter run of them) and it looked so good in the mug that I thought this was cause to fire up a camera! Grabbed the E-M5 with 45/1.8 lens - shot in portrait orientation with the 45mm lens @ f/2.8. What I was quickly reminded of was that I need to use my GH2 or G3 for such images, because shooting the E-PL3 or E-M5 in portrait orientation, with the camera at a low angle, is a royal PITA - very difficult to work with. For table top still life work with m4/3 cameras, the fully articulating LCD of the GH2 or the G3 is an essential feature for me. But this was a grab shot, for the most part, so I didn't bother to change camera bodies. This third image is a crop of the second image.