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Posted May 30th, 2007 @ 12:25pm

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Yes, as you can tell I have (once again) changed the design of the site. This is more of a temp-to-perm design that will reside for at least a couple of months. I went ahead and finished this design so that I could release the “simplistic” theme, that was my previous site design.

Once again let me know if there are any broken links/pages/entries so I can be sure to fix them. When will the “simplistic” theme be released? Hopefully within the next few weeks, as time permits.

I have finally got around to making some HDR images with my Canon A610, (no plug intended) and they look friggin’ awesome. Look forward to seeing them within the next few days.

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