I enjoyed looking at your site. Your gallery is full of wonderful images. (I think you've posted at least one of those images elsewhere...the one with the rather large couple and child?). Welcome to this one. Don't lurk...you've got lots to offer! We'll look forward to your participation.
Welcome. Congratulations on the style, and quality of your work, and on the construction of your web site. May I too request you post some landscapes (you may place a child in the foreground, if it helps) for we don’t see much of Newfoundland.
I could see the first page, and each of the three "header" images to the three galleries, but got a message that I must have IE4 or NS4 to see the larger-than-thumbnail images from the galleries. What I saw impressed me, though. (I was using Mozilla on Apple OS X. I believe my browser should identify itself as [code]("Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040316")[/code]
IMO, I think sites should generally just try and work and not detect what browser is being used. As much as possible, I think they should be browser-neutral. It is, after all, the world-wide web, not the world-wide netscape network or the world-wide internet explorer network. end of rant. (:
(hey cool... I just figured out how to put smilies in my messages and have them NOT turn into graphics -- make them left-handed!) (;
So sorry that y'all are having trouble viewing. I have had the site up since february and was never told of any problems. I built the thing myself with zero knowledge . . . I thought I had done pretty well . . . I have no idea how to fix anything, but I sure as hell am going to try over the next few days.