No pics, but I went out to shoot some friends at an event yesterday, and took an old early '80s Nikon 200-600mm f/9.5 (yes, 9.5) superzoom for the purpose. There was decent light and old cannon performed flawlessly on my D200 -- on which it was a 900mm equivalent, which is crazy. I had so much fun. The 200-600 was one of Nikon's 'one-touch' zooms -- you moved the barrel in and out to change the focal length and turn it to focus. That worked out great as my subjects were going from near to far all the time.
I knew I would have to bike there, so I packed the 600mm, my Nikkor 300mm f/4.5 AI-S, and an 18-135mm kit lens in my wonderful Sadddleback messenger/backpack, with a decent sized Bogen Manfrotto strapped under the bag. It was a HEAVY pack, but that worked out great, too, because the Saddleback is so versatile -- I unclipped the shoulder strap from the bag and clipped one end to the d-ring on the Bogen, the other to my chair, so that if some kid knocked over my tripod, the lens wouldn't wind up in the drink. Then when I went off to get some food, I clipped the shoulder strap to the two D-rings on that massive 21" lens and carried it around since I wouldn't leave that puppy anywhere. It attracted a LOT of attention.
Just a great day shooting. My schedule of late has been pretty rough, so it was nice to know I still remember how.