One of the best things that has happened since I stared writing is that my photos are actually seeing daylight again rather than rotting in the harddrive. It's a wonderful feeling to look back at images, sometimes a decade old or even older, and relive those moments. In fact I have even recently started keeping printed albums of the best pictures like my dad used to simply because it's much easier to just pick up an album and leaf through it rather than boot up a PC and pore through a minefield of folders on a harddrive that you just can't find right now.
The image below is one such example that's about five years old. 'Twas when I was making my first experiences with an interchangeable lens camera. Looking at it now, I'm quite surprised at the result as it looks more than half-decent. The biggest progress has probably been the keeper-rate as I understand the nuances of photography better with each passing day...I think :)
That reminds me of a song by a popular Irish rock band...
The more you see the less you know
The less you find out as you go
I knew much more then than I do now.