So, I was going through my morning routine of reading all my RSS feeds (only 130 new items this morning!), and came upon this post. Nothing earth-shattering, just a guy (TIMM KÖLLN) who takes portraits of bicycle racers right after they cross the finish line, capturing all the emotion of the race while it is fresh on their face.
The photos really are great, and the choice of toned black and white was a good one. But what really caught my eye was his website layout.
And it is great! His menu is nestled in the bottom left of your window, and you have to scroll to the right to continue 'down' his page. At first it freaked me out a little.
I mean, I NEVER have to use that horizonal scroll bar (thanks to 1900x1200 resolution), so all of a sudden I was like 'wait.... how do I see more pictures?', and then I was like 'Ooo, that is nicer than I thought it would be.'
It seems like it might be a problem on lower resolutions (below 1280x1024), but it sure is pretty for me.