Thursday, March 29, 2007


I've tried freshening up the blog by replacing the stock photo with a picture of some 3.3 billion year old zircons from my PhD research. The holes are from laser ICP analyses. The zircons are from a sandstone unit in the Jacobina group, which is a paleoproterozoic cover sequence on the Sao Francisco craton, in Brazil. What I can't figure out is what color to use for the font, in order for it to be readable without being ugly.

1 comment:

ScienceWoman said...

i like the photo but you did pick a tougie for colors. if you've got photoshop or something like that you might try fading the picture out so that the text shows up better