Okay - we all like shooting primes - the results are notably better, and the more 'useful' the zoom, the more compromises it has.
Still, there are those moments.
I was out today with the 14-150 Zuiko - which is a good(ish) and very 'useful' zoom.
This is a fairly decent shot I took with it:
it's a little soft at the corners, but not silly bad, and the detail and micro contrast in the middle is really pretty good.
. . . . . but it would have been better with the 25. . . . and then . . round the corner:
I got a few shots in quick succession . . . and then . . . oops. . . busted
Then they were gone.
I've never seen fox cubs playing in the wild before, and if I'd had the 25mm on the camera then I would have missed it.
all the best
P.S. for Bart - I've taken a slight poetic license to show a decent first shot, I'm sure you'll notice, so I confess already!