Am I the only one, finding LL's color scheme (white letters on black background) difficult to read? Sometimes, when reading long essays, I actually copy the entire text into word, for easier reading.
I think normal black on white would be easier on the eyes.
I think that as long as the lettering doesnīt get too small there is no problem; possibly itīs just a stylistic/editorial preference, though on balance, I suppose Iīd also settle for black writing - use of a background colour such as on this page makes it more restful to the eye than pure white; after all, the white on a screen is transmitted light and more intrusive on the senses because of that, unlike reading off a sheet of paper.
The idea of using black is perhaps to make the photographs stand out more - just my guess.