thanks for all your constructive comments. I have been busy improving the site which involved a complete redesign. If you want to have a look click here. Comments are very much appreciated.
@situgrrl: you can add more text to the lightroom page after uploading it to the web. Open the page in your browser, navigate to the page where you want to add text and right click. Choose "admin login". The default password is "letmein". You can now edit all text on the page online.
Jens, Congratulations. Much, much better. Now it's a web I'd go to on purpose and stick with long enough to look at everything there. The only residual criticism I have is that several of the photographs look as if you've pushed the color saturation. You may not have done that, and what I'm seeing may be a result of looking at photographs on a computer monitor -- never a reliable guide to what's really there. If you are
pushing the saturation you may be doing it for a reason. I know a guy who started showing at art fairs several years ago. Last year I noticed he was pushing the saturation to the point where the photographs were starting to look like cigarette ads. I called him on it and he said, "Well, my sales have doubled." Fact is that art fair patrons who don't know much about photography really do like oversaturated color, though I suspect that after having that kind of print on a wall for a month they may take it down and store it in the garage, since wild color on a wall can become really annoying. In any case, if you're pushing the saturation because you're selling at art fairs, have at it. If you're pushing the saturation just because you can do that, you might want to reconsider. If you're not pushing the color, disregard all after the first two sentences.
Again, your web looks a lot more professional now. I like it.