I'm just going ramble on, so ignore when you're bored. I've been looking at my flickr and lots of my photos on the PC and have come to the conclusion that I take too many random photos. I seem to flit from one genre to another, without really Concentrating on one or two different types of photography. I love wildlife, but don't really have the money to spend on kit that I feel I would need to get the shots I envision in my head. Every now and again I might get lucky with what I've got, but it's few and far between. I really like still life (mainly close up flowers etc), creative and abstract and feel that the kit I do/would use for this is achievable. I like landscape but rarely have time to travel to the places I want to go. And my last love is horses and again feel that what I already have is fine for this. I keep my Tamron SP vr 70-300 lens just on the off chance I stumble across some wildlife, I use it for shooting (not literally) horses but most of my equine photography is either in an arena or close up. So rarely go over 135mm. I have considered selling this lens on many occasions but just can't bring myself to do it. It's not even that great a lens, yes it's not a bad budget lens, but at the long end it's a bit soft. I've been doing photography for about 4yrs so not really a beginner, I thought I could have settled on a genre by now. Oh well that's me done. Have a happy Monday Ps. Having re-read this, I think I need to sell the Tamron lens.