And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. ~ Kahlil Gibran



Thursday, October 18, 2007

Fall Colors

Well, there wasn't much in the way of fall colors to look at around here, so I thought I would do some seasonal decorating on my blog.

Yeah, I know it's sick. No, I don't intend to seek help.

So here is where the AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION comes in. I need to know if this is easy enough to read. I think so, but I have been looking at it for quite a while now and my eyeballs are a little wonky.

Keep in mind, I don't want to know if you think it is pretty, cuz I don't really care (unless you really like it, then let me know). I just want to know if you can read it without YOUR eyeballs going wonky.

What do you think?

9 comments:

Wendy said...

Not really like the funky red-orange background and yellow-green lettering.

Personally, when it comes to web pages, I like white background (or at least subdued - off-white, eggshell, tan) with dark lettering.

Thanks for asking. Most people don't :).

barefoot gardener said...

K, Wendy...

Just for you, light with darker lettering.

Is that better? This particular background color looks a little girly to me, but there are only so many color choices...

I am kind of wondering if I am not taking this a little too far.....but it's free decorating!!!

*smile*

Catty Ax Lady said...

I'm digging the new look. My eyes are a little wacked looking at the right side font color...or it might be the font itself. Boo-tiful!! (Sorry, just adding some halloween-ness to your fall :p)

TMC said...

No wonky eyeballs here. Looks good!

Kati said...

Nope. Looks good!

RuthieJ said...

I like the fall colors, but I miss your little footprints walking across the top!

Gina said...

I like it too! Maybe I am a bit behind and you have already done some adjusting? I think it is easy on the eyes.

barefoot gardener said...
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barefoot gardener said...

What I meant to say was that I will leave it (mostly) this way from equinox till solstice, but I have changed my mind, because snow SHOULD fly well before solstice.

We'll see how things go.