I like this shot of the geometrically pleasing cupolas. My 7D did a good job at ISO 2000 as did the 10-22 wide angle lens. The point and shoots do a great job of digital photography in well-lit scenes, but this is where I highly value my DSLR. I even printed a large, borderless, 13X19 version of this shot on Canon Pro Platinum paper and it looks great.
19mm f/4.5 ISO 2000 1/100 second
Jill and I had the immense pleasure of traveling to Sicily this summer, July 2011, with my parents Pat and Jim. Jim is a purebred Sicilian but never had the chance to visit, so it was a special trip for all of us to share it with him. This is a spectacular view from the Norman Castle, the Castello Pepoli e Venere, in Erice, near the northwest corner of the triangulated island on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The small, quaint, beautiful town is nearly 3000 feet above sea level.
50mm, f/10, ISO 100, 1/320 second