Looking good, nothing like a shuffle! I do like the giant photos, but it is a bummer that I can't see if all on my screen at once.
I like the size...it's preferred to those ones you have to squint at, in my opinion. :-))
lovely post over at anthology mag! Also, I did notice the big photos...and I quite like them. :)
I don't enjoy the supersized photos. I like to view the entire image on my screen at once. How about an option to click to go large?
I love the big ass photos! (By the way am having no trouble seeing them all on screen- maybe it's a mac thing and pc's are having the size issue? Even on my midget airbook they are still large and lovely and in one piece. Hurrah.) Also give poor buggy Bea a big scratch from Auntie S in Londontown!
Love the big photos! Keep 'em coming...
love that tapestry lookin' art thingy!
Lovin' it! (and those gorgeous large pictures!)
When I recently painted the walls in my living room, I've done the furniture to other locations. From time to time needs a reconverted house furniture. :) I'm satisfied. I like the colorful pictures on your wall The large images, I also like very much. To look nice, especially when Beatrice is seen.
Sweeet...eeeeet...eet! Glad you guys dig the "big ass photos" (as the lovely Süsk puts it).@ Anonymous I might make it a tad smaller. Also, try viewing the page smaller by command - . I hope that helps and thanks for your feedback.
yay! you know how much i've been wanting to try that recipe~ ;)& i must agree w/ everyone else that i am diggin' the larger photos.
hi dabito! i love the huge photos... they come across a with a nice gritty kind of texture (and i can see them all on my screen at once).how were you able to play with that in blogger? can never seem to get it to work myself :/
I follow via Google Reader, so the large images result in scroll bars and the inability to appreciate the whole picture at once. I'd definitely prefer smaller images with click-to-enlarge.
Ok, living in Death Valley, I have to say I hate the super large photos. Sometimes, your photos wouldn't load. Now that I'm back in civilization, it doesn't matter. But I had to speak up for those who might be using slower interwebs
omg! congrats!!! anthology is my most favorite magazine -- it'd be my dream for them to use one of my photos. your pics are lovely -- i can see why they picked them. :)
@ Little Bouquets Thank you.@ Satsuki And you know how much I've been wanting to make it for you! @ Maura Hiya! Thank you. Happy to hear you like the hugeness. I changed the width of my posts and made the photos at 850px wide. I have a crazy hard time with blogger myself. Still thinking whether or not to jump onto wordpress. Thanks so much for stopping by!@ Lindsay Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I just made the photos a tad smaller. Hope that helps. I think I'll shrink it down just a touch again.@ Fenn Thanks for your feedback. I'll make it slightly smaller. Also, welcome to the Valley! @ Jacqueline Thank you! I think your photos are even more beautiful and totally perfect for Anthology!
the bigger the better.
Your room looks gorgeous, love the colours!
I love the new bedroom arrangement and I love the large photos when I'm on your site. But when I'm reading through Google reader, as is my habit, the photo size is very annoying as other reader have mentioned.I've been reading your blog for a while by the way, and I really love your mid mod styling.
@ Erica Yay! :D@ Siobhan Thank you!@ Deb Thank you so much for stopping by and putting in your two cents. I'm still tweaking the layout to find a happy balance for everyone. Enjoy the rest of your weekend! :)
hi! i'd like to know where the colourful print of the volcano (at least it looks like one) is from?thanks!
@ Flora Heya! The print is a woodcut by Carol Summers. His works are vibrant and beautiful. Thanks for stopping by!
Hello! I love the textures in your bedroom. I've been racking my brain (and all my saved bookmarks) for the name of the artist of the Indian (tribal?) print below the artwork by Carol Summers. The colors bounce off each other so well.
@ KristineW Hello! Thank you for your sweet comment. The tribal art was picked up from a thrift store so unfortunately, I have no idea who the artist is or where it's from. It's one of my favorite finds and so happy you like it, too,
Hello- I love your room…I just came across it today on Pinterest. I was wondering who did the large painting or fabric art about the credenza. Its gorgeous.
@ Anonymous — I wish I was able to identify that awesome textile art too but it was thrifted. Thanks for stopping by and reading my blog. :)
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