Woops! - See from rereading 1st post that we are supposed to be doing top class photos by professionals.
Never mind, one of mine was good enough to make a magazine cover. (The photo editor is a Scot - perhaps he is homesick.)
Cameras were: (1) 1964 (B&W photo) - Shabby Box camera with two settings viz: portrait and infinity.
(2) - Halina (Hong Kong) 35mm cost £7.50 then £12. Agfacolour slides.
April 1964 - Tolmount (Jock's Road) - Grampians. One of my very first photos. We were 18 and I like this because it looks like it was taken in 1912.
My pal at campsite in Gleann Einich. September 1965. We only saw one other person in nine days. Technically poor pic, but it captures the sombre mood in the Glen where it rained for the first three days.
April 1965. Sunset at Coire an t Sneachda campsite (-7C). Freaky luck made this come out looking into sun.
August 1967. Skye. Editor was too embarassed to put date of picture in this 2008 magazine.