I do enjoy playing with the camera. I do sometimes go for quantity over quality, I'm not selective but I like to share what I see.
When I was in Norfolk my initial thought had been that the seaside picutres would look interesting in B&W and sepia and then I thought that historic houses would look good as well.
I'm pleased that folks seemed to like the ones I prefered as well.
When I was wandering around Fakenham market there was a stall selling old photos and there were some churches in amongst them ssssoooo....
I may have a play again when I'm in Cornwall.
We had a briefing session yesterday and there was a photographer there shooting for our magazine (I guess) and we got chatting and he urged me to get a d300. Well I'm still resisting, tempted to get a prime lens though. This though would be the well reviewed Nikon 50mm f1.8 which retails for a stonkingly expensive £79 :D