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23 Sandvox sites tagged “nature”

Virginia Calverley

Virginia Calverley

“I chose this Sandvox design because I wanted a lot of colour. I wanted the site to be bright and happy.” — Cheryl Hassen

Chris Petrow Bird Photography

Chris Petrow Bird Photography

“Key to using this website was dedicating time to learn how it is constructed and what capabilities it offers. In other words, structure is pretty intuitive allowing for development of a quality website with minimal or no outside guidance.” — Chris Petrow

MJGray Photography

MJGray Photography

“I chose this design as it seemed to work with my studio presentation and I planned to create this second site to be visually similar and work with the same framework.” — Mary J. Gray

Alan Eckert Photography

Alan Eckert Photography

“I chose the Smooth Dark design after reviewing all the available Sandvox designs and some third party designs as well. Its muted dark gray background allows the photographs to stand out and its uncluttered design facilitates viewer navigation around the site.” — Alan W. Eckert

Photosite by Leon Beek

Photosite by Leon Beek

“Now that I use Sandvox, I chose a design in which I felt I could best place my photos. By using submenus, it is possible to group different subjects, which is pleasant for visitors, so they can easily find photos they would like to have a look at.” — Leon Beek

HarbourView Cottage

HarbourView Cottage

“I liked the colour and the clean crisp look. I don't like "busy" websites ... I suppose I'm a minimalist.” — Sean Fowler

Some stories about living in New Zealand, Wellington

Some stories about living in New Zealand, Wellington

“To show how beautiful our planet is, from little parts of it - New Zealand.” — Oleg Melnikov

PHOTOGRAPHS OF WILDLIFE AND TRAVEL

PHOTOGRAPHS OF WILDLIFE AND TRAVEL

“When I first published my website, I was criticized as having created a dated product. I included a "counter" and was appropriately told to remove it and use the services of my web host. I did and am impressed with the abundant site data provided. I also was able to link pages in the website...” — Steven Raffin

Karin et Martin en Provence

Karin et Martin en Provence

“My website helped me to become the village photographer and gradually people in this region start to use my photos as well for their publications and websites” — Karin Hakkenberg van Gaasbeek

Kris Moffatt - Painter

Kris Moffatt - Painter

“My website consists of oil paintings with various themes. Trains, Nature, Self portraits and Surreal are some of the categories. The goal of the site is to document and promote my artworks.” — Kris Moffatt

Thomas Michael Ahern

Thomas Michael Ahern

“As a photographer, I am always looking to refine my vision. The Sandvox B&W minimalist theme helps me carry that developed style from my photographs to how I showcase them and educate others. It's simple and refined, exactly what I need for directing my viewer's attention to the content on the...” — Thomas M. Ahern

Susie Loucks

Susie Loucks

“I chose the templet "Clean Sheets" because I wanted control over the style of my pages. Since I have a site for artwork, I didn't want any images, colors, or layout that might be distracting to the viewer's interests.” — Susie Loucks

Bechert Productions

Bechert Productions

“I chose the Behind the Rabbit carbone design because it highlighted my images and has a nice clean look in a bright orange colour.” — MacBook Pro

Paula Schoen / Contemporary Art

Paula Schoen / Contemporary Art

“Building my website with Sandvox forced me to get all of my digital photos in order. In the process, I was able to revisit some great exhibitions, trips and paintings that I had not seen for a few years. Plus, my newly designed site gave me the opportunity to contact others in the art community...” — Paula Schoen

Jeff Skelly Fine Art

Jeff Skelly Fine Art

“I was looking for a design that would compliment my paintings and since I am a landscape painter the earthy colors matched well.” — Jeffrey Skelly

Pat Hemlepp : Photography

Pat Hemlepp : Photography

“I selected the Grafite design from Behind the Rabbit because the muted gray and black background allows my photos to take center stage. Nothing in the design competes with the photos for viewer attention.” — Pat D. Hemlepp

Christographer

Christographer

“People Corporate & Events Motoring Landscapes & Nature Photoshop Print Price List” — Christopher Waddell

Photography Workshops in Bali, Indonesia, centered on the town of Ubud

Photography Workshops in Bali, Indonesia, centered on the town of Ubud

“I tried a few other designs, but this one was the cleanest and maximized the display of images - as a photographers, it's all about the photos!!!” — George Simian

natupho by Hermann Kraemer - nature photography and more...

natupho by Hermann Kraemer - nature photography and more...

“The particular design gave me the possibility to enlargen it a bit and to support my photographic artwork with its reduced color scheme.” — Hermann Kraemer

black sweater art

black sweater art

“Smooth Dark was the template design I used for my black sweater art web site. The template is set up to highlight photographs by darkening all the surrounding space using various shades of gray. The final effect dramatically increases the color and luminosity of photo images.” — George F Mayfield

sienestä

“"Sienestä" is the website of a company with same name. We are buying forest mushrooms in Northern finland and selling them as processed product all over Finland.” — Esa Holopainen

Genuine Simulated Paleolithic Cave Art

Genuine Simulated Paleolithic Cave Art

“I went through about a half dozen different designs as I was building my website. I finally settled on "Clean Sheets" because it was a simple clean design that let my art stand forward. My primitive art is all earth tones, so any color bars or boxes might look great on one page, but not another. I...” — C. Buck Reynolds

www.donzelenche.com

www.donzelenche.com

“information about our little village off the traditional cevenol environment where we rent a couple off restored houses to spent your holiday” — Maarten Hans Brandt