First of all, in case you haven’t noticed already, I have altered slightly the layout of the blog, increasing the size of the images to correspond with the increase of higher resolution screens out there. The width of the new photographs I post is now 960 pixels, which should fit nicely in a 1024 pixel wide screen. The old photographs will stay the same size as they were before (except for the last 5 I have posted which I have upgraded to the new size).
Also, part of the new layout you will now see the “Show original” button on every page (before you had to go inside a post to see it). The “Show original” button is now part of the post details box to the right of this text, where you can also find the categories for this image as well as the link to the comments section. Also, the original image, should now load a lot faster when you hover the “Show original” button.
As for today’s photograph, I took this one in Kathmandu in Nepal while visiting the Monkey Temple (of which I posted a shot before). There are quite a few monkeys hanging around the temple (hence the name!) and they are quite entertaining, always on the move, stealing chips and drinks from the tourists. This particular monkey was taking a break from finishing up a bottle of Coca Cola (If you don’t belive me, I’ve got the picture to prove it!).