Olympus OM-D E-M1 MkII
M. Zuiko 60mm

Seriously, what a month!  Why I love March?  My most favorite people are celebrated this time of the year.  My beautiful wife grows into an even more amazing individual.  And my brilliant brother catches up right behind me in age.  These are the days I live for.  Seeing my loved ones smile and reflect on their accomplishments.  

Sony a7rii
Canon LTM 50mm

Wife decided to get away for her birthday weekend.  Packed up the truck and hit the road to San Francisco.  We were lucky enough to stay with wonderful company to celebrate her special day.  Low key days are the best days and a plus with amazing people.  Did some SF exploring, had good eats and drinks, and of course some time for photography.

Olympus OM-D E-M1 MkII
M. Zuiko 17mm

Meanwhile in San Diego, finally got my ass off the couch and caught a sunset out in La Jolla.  I've been pushing my cameras to it's lowlight limits these days.  Having both the E-M1 and a7rII is a treat, but truly two different cameras and shooting styles.  The E-M1's biggest focus in low light is its stabilization capabilities versus the a7's high ISO capabilities.  So truly no tripod needed just as long as its coupled with an appropriate amount of light.  Two completely different focuses and outcomes in lowlight.