What am I shooting with? This question comes up enough that it's probably worth making a list...
My "Big Girl" Camera - Canon 5d
My other big girl camera: Canon 5d MkII
My Cropped Sensor Camera - Canon Rebel xt
Canon 24-105mm f/4 - this is my general "walkaround" lens (tons of versatility for a day out). It's a wonderful lens for landscape as well as portrait work. Its only "downside" is that it doesn't have a very wide/fast aperture (f/4) and it's big/heavy.
Canon 100mm f/2.8 macro - this is the lens I use for my close-up flower images.
Canon 85mm f/1.8 - Super sharp, beautiful colors. Love this portrait lens.
Canon 35mm f/2 - good, fast lightweight wide-angle lens that I like to use indoors or at night. My favorite lens for "diner" shots.
Canon 50mm f/1.4 - the standard "normal" view. no camera big should be without some variation of a 50mm lens.
Canon 15mm f/2.8 fish-eye - oh my. such a fun toy. quirky, super-wide angle lens that adds a fun curve to images. 180* view side to side and up and down. I have to be careful to keep my fingers and toes out of the images!
Canon 70-200mm f/4 - lightweight telephoto zoom lens. fits better with my family's hiking/roadtripping lifestyle than the heavier f/2.8 version.
Canon 24mm f/1.4 - fast wide-angle. 'nuff said.
Bogen Manfrotto Tripod with Acratech ballhead.
Canon Speedlite 580ex ii - flash that I'm still too intimidated to use
Lightroom 4 & Photoshop CS5 - my list of really really helpful Lightroom Links
Lumapix Fotofusion for collages (of course, collage work can be done in CS3, but it takes longer and requires more skill than I have).
For a list of books that I've found to be indispensable in my photo education, please check my Books I Love post.