This is a personal review of 11 images which were taken at the early stage of my development – they were taken by mixture of compact cameras (Pentax Optio RS330 and Panasonic DMC FS15), Film (Yashica FX-D Quartz), and early Nikon D50 & D60 APS-C Digital. The quality is not there like modern photos, but some evidence of composition exists. The bridge at Besalu in Spain was my first attempt at an architectural shoot although it was just a nice scene as far as I was concerned. I would love to reshoot this scene with my D850 on a tripod in a variety of conditions including at night. Moody Udrigle one of the earliest digital shots circa 2003 lots of noise but a shot worth taking. Snowdon from Lyn Llydaw is a simply stunning winter light shot taken whilst heading out for a walk on the welsh hills taken on my Nikon D50 my first proper digital camera. Stackem High on the Amalfi Coast was a brand-new Nikon D60 which I had bought from a friend whilst in Naples and flogged my Nikon D50 to an American colleague. This has been processed recently extracting the best from the file and considering it is 12 years old stands up well against modern digital photos. The Arc of the Diver named after a Steve Winwood song was taken on a Yashica FX-D on 35mm and scanned this was probably the first picture that blue my brains in its quality. I had the idea from a travel blog, so it was a copy and learn shot. Minnesota is also a film image and was taken handheld in exceptionally low light – this is style of photograph which I went on to develop with each year. Omaha was taken circa 2008 and certainly led me to end up shooting property professionally it builds on the bridge at Besalu with digital quality of the Nikon D50. Covesea towards the sun is a Panasonic compact camera has a red cast but is well controlled considering it is a mid-priced compact camera circa 2010. Lossiemouth West circa 2010 Nikon D60 was one of the images that solidified my dreams of becoming a professional – wild winter light on a snow covered Lossiemouth West beach with Jim Robertson (a Scottish landscape photographer) in the foreground. Above the clouds circa 1996 was taken on film in Sarajevo, Bosnia on top of a mountain the Sikorsky UH60 Blackhawk which took me there is off shot to my right. Photographer Captured my first street photography shot – alongside the River Clyde. It is a gritty shot which was taken by another compact camera Panasonic DMC FS15 using its gritty mono settings. Although I did not know it at the time it has leading lines a focal point and dark to light composition. It is good to look back some wonderful locations and great memories. Especially relevant when getting out to shoot is constrained by Covid_19 lockdown.