One from this morning on the way to work. Not the best perspective, but I didn't have much time, and you take what you can get sometimes. This was my first shot with the new 70-200/2.8 VRII using a teleconverter... the TC-14E II. I spot metered (using the camera) on the moon, so the rest is underexposed and there is some vignetting; I certainly didn't add any. This was wide open, so I'll have to do some experimenting to see what it looks like at all apertures.
D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ f4, ISO 400, 1/640