A real senior. :biggrin: This is my wife's 80yo grandfather. We were visiting her folks in VT over the July 4th weekend and stopped by the gp's house to say high. I was told he was out there working on one of his tractors, so with the kids wanting to see his 3mo goats, I went out with the D200+70-200VR. When I got out there with my MIL (his daughter) and kids, he saw the camera (with the hood), and of course said "that's quite a rig you got there!" Well, it doesn't take much to have me chat about photography, so I started showing him some aperature stuff and had him model to show the diff between f/2.8 and f/16 and some composition stuff. So, here's the f/2.8 shot I took. When I saw it on the LCD, I loved it. When I downloaded it to the computer, I loved it that much more. My wife was telling me that he seemed to be enjoying "modeling" for me. I'll be sending him an 8.5x11 copy of this photo. (PP was some levels adjustment, reduction to 25% of original, and USM 50/1/0) It is images like these that has made me in love with photography.