A few selections from Saint Lucia in the Caribbean, all taken with the Sony RX100. The top three are from the tiny town of Soufriere on the other side of the island from the main port of Castries. The bottom two are from Castries, one at the only open bar in the town that Sunday where we not only had a cold Piton (the name of the mountains in the photo behind the boys and the local beer) but a terrific history lesson about Saint Lucia from the bar's very proud owner. I could easily imagine using only this camera on a trip and never having to carry around more than one body and an assortment of lenses. At the beginning of any trip, I am always excited about getting out there and shooting away. At some point, however, I get tired, usually after about ten days, and just use the smallest camera I have.