While driving to visit my sister at her cabin in PA over the weekend, I just had to stop and shoot some of the pink and white wildflowers that are ubiquitous in the Northeast during late spring. I didn't have my tripod with me and so did it handheld. As a result, not as sharp as it might be on a pod, but nonetheless I thought this one turned out pretty well. NIKON D50    ---    300mm    f/14.0    1/500s    ISO 200 Not much depth of field, but my Sigma lens does macro only at 300mm, so there isn't much to retrieve. I shot at 1/500s f/14.0 at iso200. I'm just returning to shooting some macro after 30 years, and have already developed lust for something in the 60-90mm range. Any tips as to how I might do better are welcome.