Im curious, did you have a secondary flash to light your night shots?
No, only one flash. I used an off-camera flash cord that attaches from the hot shoe on the camera to the flash so that I could hand-hold the flash and aim it any way I wished. It's an easy way to get some imaginative flash angles and effects, and is better for side lighting portraits too. I do use multiple flashes for stationary setups though, but I don't lug them around on trips. I almost never mount the flash directly on the camera because the lighting is too unnatural looking, no matter how much bounce or diffusion is added.
Congrats on your anniversary! Me and hubby just spent our 10th in WDW!
I LOVE your small world pictures. Great idea using a fisheye lens...they look wonderful!
Thanks...our's was the 10th too.
I like using a fisheye lens to capture vast spaces which cannot be conveyed any other way, except for maybe stiching together multiple panned exposures, but that's a lot of work, and doesn't always work well. I like to use the fisheye for places like Yosemite to capture the grandeur and scope.