Okay,… here it is. The new theme, called Motion is activated. Let me know via your comments if you love or hate it… or don’t care. 😉
I’ve gotten a little tired of the theme I’m running for this blog. Â It has served me well, but right now it is looking a little old and yes clinical. Â I’m tired of clinical. Â This theme is called Biru and is pretty straight forward. Â So, here’s an image of it. I know you’re looking at it now, but once this site changes, people won’t know what I’m talking about.
Yes, it has served well for a couple of years. Â I liked that it has a clean design. Â There aren’t a lot of bells and whistles getting in the way. Â Nothing to take away from the words… I know,… what words. Â There was not a lot written. Â It’s hard to write a lot when you’re whispering.:)
The other thing, is that it would never display photos where I placed them. Â For example, the image of the Biru design is supposed to be on the left side of the screen. Â But if I wanted it on the right side of the screen on the center of the screen, it would show up on the left side of the screen
The new theme is called Motion. Â It is much more colorful, but it is also darker. Â I kinda like it because it’s not bland but it’s not so dark that you can’t read it. Â I don’t think it makes you depressed after reading and the controls for finding articles, make it easier for the reader to navigate the web site.
I hope you’ll like it. Â This is what it looks like:
See, it just doesn’t display properly. I set it to show on the right side, not next to the end of the post.
I had a chance to meet the cast and people behind the scenes but due to a case of the shingles, could not. I’d kick myself if it didn’t hurt so much.
I like Louise because she reflects what I think often. I especially love her quest to let her artistic self come out and actually DO IT, rather than thinking about it all the time. Make sure you see the latest version at Anne Flournoy’s site.
i’ve tried to get my own “art” out by photographing more. I used to use high end cameras and equipment… I’m now seeing if I can explore the low end and playing wiht point and shoot, then altering the images… This goes totally against what I know, so it might be interesting. We’ll see.