Thanks everyone. I appreciate all of the ideas, many of which were right on the money, and will be implemented as soon as I get some time.
The funny thing about this whole process is how long I spent designing and redesigning and re-redesigning the navigation arrows. But I agree that they're missing something (quality?) Back to the drawing board for those.
For some, a person can never be too rich or too thin. For me, a web site can never be too simple. (How I long for those good old days when Yahoo's site was a simple list of places to visit in the Bay Area, cooked up by two students.)
Having said that, here are a few comments:
A simple and to the point site.
It would be more informative if the Gallery names are something other than 1, 2 and 3.
Very legible text, but I can use a slightly bigger font size and line spacing.
On the Photographer page, replace "return to the main gallery page" with the menu buttons and gallery links on the home page. One less click to get there. Similar comment for the enlargement pages.
I'm still unsettled whether I want to display my web images with or without borders. If I choose to display with borders, I would want the border widths vs image size to be scaled to my matted prints'. Since I like wide borders, that would mean reducing the web image sizes. In your case, the borders are too narrow for my taste. Same size images have different.border widths. At least one image's bottom border is narrower than the side and top borders. I doubt very much that's how you mat your prints.