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My new website!


edsephiroth 8 169 9 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2009 1:18PM
Just thought I'd shout about my new website!
Please take a look, hope you enjoy, and of course constructive feedback/praise welcomed! Smile

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edsephiroth 8 169 9 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2009 1:18PM
And here is the address, lol.
http://anotherstateofmind.zenfolio.com/
WildLight 7 145 3 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2009 1:55PM
Great website!
I like the colour scheme and layout.

Well done!

Joe
edsephiroth 8 169 9 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2009 4:55PM
Well thanks to the one person who answered, haha.
Geraint 8 715 34 Wales
1 Dec 2009 5:14PM
Very nice. I like the textured background. I found the urban/derelict photos very interesting. My only suggestion (and it's just a personal thing) is to group the portfolios on the home page. There are quite a few, so grouping them into general portfolios might tidy the homepage up a bit.
Geraint
I like the variety of themes + mono and colour images...
... but Flora, Fauna, Sin Cities, Coconuts don't belong to "Another State of Mind" as the others do IMHO. The other themes are strong, depict some derelict places and have a certain fascination.

I think that by "Travails in Europe! you meant Travel

tra·vail (tr-vl, trvl)
n.
1. Work, especially when arduous or involving painful effort; toil. See Synonyms at work.
2. Tribulation or agony; anguish.
3. The labor of childbirth.
intr.v. tra·vailed, tra·vail·ing, tra·vails
1. To work strenuously; toil.
2. To be in the labor of childbirth.
[Middle English, from Old French, from travailler, to work hard, from Vulgar Latin *triplire, to torture with a tripalium, from Late Latin triplium, instrument of torture, probably from Latin triplis, having three stakes : tri-, tri- + plus, stake; see pag- in Indo-European roots.]

All the best,
JNC
Malize 5 17
26 Dec 2009 6:51PM
Zenfolio is always a great option Smile

Your work is awesome! Although I think you have too much images that are very similar, I'm one of those who think that the information should be as minimal as possible and very wide in content.
edsephiroth 8 169 9 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2010 2:21PM

Quote:I think that by "Travails in Europe! you meant Travel

tra·vail (tr-vl, trvl)
n.
1. Work, especially when arduous or involving painful effort; toil. See Synonyms at work.
2. Tribulation or agony; anguish.
3. The labor of childbirth.
intr.v. tra·vailed, tra·vail·ing, tra·vails
1. To work strenuously; toil.
2. To be in the labor of childbirth.
[Middle English, from Old French, from travailler, to work hard, from Vulgar Latin *triplire, to torture with a tripalium, from Late Latin triplium, instrument of torture, probably from Latin triplis, having three stakes : tri-, tri- + plus, stake; see pag- in Indo-European roots.]

All the best,
JNC



Haha, nope that was entirely deliberate!!

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