When you click on the image to see it as large as the site allows you'll be looking at a shot made in 2009 with an Olympus E-P1 in Zion National Park. I picked it for a number of reasons. First, this is a JPEG from the camera, and I was experimenting with the square (1:1) crop option (you're seeing the full image that was captured). Second, a lot of people say you can't shoot small sensor cameras with small apertures: this was f/22. Even with this site's image resizing I doubt you're going to think that there's any obnoxious diffraction blurring going on. Quite obviously I was pushing limits on this image (it's a 1/1.3 second exposure) to see what the camera would do. I haven't done a lot in post processing this image. I did a bit of corner darkening and did some small contrast tweaks, but that's about it. While it's not my favorite image from that hike, I think it came out nicely, and it wouldn't have been a particularly better image had I taken it with my D3 or D300 (DSLRs).