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Change as Good as a Rest?

You may have noticed a change,
in my page layout?
I've been thinking about my ethereal home
 here on-line and what I want from it,
how I want it to look?

My style is about 
simplicity, 
which is what I want to reflect here, 
photography
 is my passion, so this has to be centre stage.
With this in mind I decided to
 re-arrange the layout
in order to get larger images on the page.
I decided to 
move the blog-roll to the left,
leaving more room on the right for
 these images.

But I wasn't happy with the outcome 
WHY
???

Well my Lovelinesses!  

You all disappeared from my
 main peripheral vision,
and it dawned on my me why?

 We in the western hemisphere read 
from left to right,
so whilst reading towards the right
you remained constantly in my  
right peripheral vision
and
I would know when each of you
 added a new post,

VERY IMPORTANT

Now you are on the left 
I feel you are left out,
not easily noticed!

THIS WILL NEVER DO
!!!

So I think I'm going to move you all back to where you belong,

RIGHT!

Where I can keep my peripheral eye on you,
ALL RIGHT?
;-) :-) ;-)

 What do you think?

Comments

deb did it said…
I just love being here, no matter where!! and I had no idea you suffered flood damage too...it's a hard thing to dry out from....I actually like this new look!
rebecca said…
what i see is the beauty of you.
and your heart so fully open we almost reflect in the pictures you take.
certainly you frequent mine....

and i carry you like a perfect treasure.
Carola Bartz said…
I love that your photos are bigger now!
I have a two column layout on my blog and I really like it. My photos and just the content of the blog should take center stage, so that was the reason for my decision.
Jane said…
My goodness !!!

What a treat to come back and see your amazing photographs, and see what you and the girls have been up to! I love the beads, the lace, and light!

... and what a beautiful community. I love this! Your life, in photographs, is beautiful ~

xo Jane

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