I am just starting out into the world of "proper" photography. I have spent years snapping shots on compacts that mostly belonged to friends. I have owned one previous camera, a Nikon Coolipix L1. It was a great camera as far as point and shoot's go, and I managed to get some awesome shots whilst in Rome with it. I've also taken thousands of photographs with my dear iPhone(s) -- a 3G, 3Gs, 4 & now a 4S -- they took/take good pics, but nothing compared to something as hefty as the D60, aged though it may be.
So, thats my photography history. Me myself: I am 26, unemployed and have a two year old daughter. I live in a town called Runcorn, England - not far from the Liverpool, home of The Beatles. It's a pretty grim place. The light is usually quite flat and dull. It's primarily an industrial town but even that doesn't provide many great shots. Fortunately we are just an hour bus ride from Liverpool, 40 minutes train journey from Manchester and 20 minutes walk from the countryside of Cheshire. This makes for a great opportunity to get some fantastic street, architectural, landscape and wildlife shots that more than make up for grey skies.
For every comment I get I will try to view your shot's and leave comment on at least one piece. It's nice to be nice.