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  1. Hi Kristin,

    Maybe it is just my screen - but I can't read your blog very well - the font isn't showing up against the black background, but I do like your new pic for the blog - the wild binoculars.

  2. Hi Paula,

    Nice to hear from you. Thanks so much for letting me know about the font color. I recently got a new monitor and up until yesterday, I was seeing things differently. It was a real drag to see a B&W photograph on screen that looked fine and then print it and have it flat or with too much contrast. I think I have it straightened out now.

    Thanks again.

  3. Hey! I can see your stuff now! Much better.


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