Hi All, I had the pleasure of borrowing and shooting with 2 lenses today. The first was an old 20mm f/3.5 UD and the other was the infamous and legendary 85mm f/1.4 AF-D. I took the opportunity to go shooting at an old nearby castle, then I went over to one of my favorite local parks and finally ended up at a marina where I go to relax and shoot quite often. Both lenses performed superbly and the only negative thing I can say is that as much as I love wide angle lenses, 20mm begins to have a bit too much barrel distortion on vertical lines for my taste, but anything longer would not have gotten the shots and I got over the distortion very quickly when I saw the quality of the images. I tried an 85mm f/1.4 once before but didn't have a chance to really shoot and enjoy it. Today that changed and I was in heaven. I'm not all about shooting wide open and paper thin depth of field doesn't do anything for me. Give me an f/2 lens and I'm tickled :wink:. , but I love good bokeh and there's no getting around the fact that in low light f/1.4 is very nice to have. It was a gorgeous day and I think I captured some pretty nice images from both lenses. All images were shot with my D300 and have absolutely no post processing or post-sharpening applied. I shot JPG Fine using the standard picture control, imported to Lightroom, croppped and exported. I hope you enjoy my morning and afternoon as much as I did. 20mm 20mm 85mm 85mm 85mm 20mm 20mm You can view the whole Coindre Hall Castle gallery HERE OK, on to the park. All the images from the park were shot with the 85mm except for the plaque on the rock and the bronze sculptures, which were taken with the 20mm. Lastly, the marina using the 85mm. Thanks for looking.