If you can find a used Nikon SB-26 or -28, those are both excellent flashes. At this point, I would purchase a flash if I were you- yes, lenses broaden your perspective range and give you a whole new set of angles to shoot from, but a single well placed flash used by someone who knows what to do with it can make a photograph infinitely better.
Lighting gear and the knowledge to use it is the cheapest way to improve your photos (not counting things that are free like inspiration, creativity, etc.).
is an excellent place to start for knowledge.
As far as lenses go, dude up there was totally rightó NS probably will suggest the Tokina 11-16f/2.8 and a 70-200f/4. I know I love my 11-16 and recommend it all over the place.
the female situation in Tahoe is like parking spots... All the good ones are taken, and all the other ones are either handicapped or its illegal to park. [K.C. DEANE]
It's not like I burst out of the womb going La Di Da shitting rainbows and sneezing glitter.[Arabian.]