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I thank you for all of your comments, from the bottom of my heart. I was worried that I made the clustering to big and bit overcrowded, when I finished the layout, but I didn't have time to change the layout before the deadline.

***** Also, I must make a correction on my description of the layout. In my hurry to get my layout posted in time, I just noticed, while reading these comments, that I have forgotten to go back and edit my description to include the information on the stock photo I used. I feel just terrible about this. This was just an oversight and not an attempt to take credit for the photo. As I was hurriedly (is that a word ... lol) writing the description to make the posting deadline, I realized I had not gather all of the info I needed to post about the stock photo, like the links to the tous of the copyright free photo site and the photographer. Rather than risking a late post, I decided to post the layout and it's description "as is" and return later to amend the description at a later time. I know that according to the expression "copyright free" and "for public use", I am not required to post all of this info on the stock photo. I'm going the extra mile to credit the photographer and show my sources to quell any anxiety over any legal issues over using a stock photo. I'm going to fix this right now.

Thanks so much.