@Lon_Overacker, @Ed_McGuirk, Thank you both for reviewing my site and for your kind words. Yes, a lot of work goes into it as you well know.
But as William Neill has advocated in his column in Outdoor Photographer, thinking critically of our own work and developing themes to our portfolio has positive effects of both refining what we show in our portfolios and, as you directly mention Ed, guiding us in what we shoot. The process of putting this website together has had a great positive impact on what I shoot! I am no longer satisfied walking away from a shoot with typical landscape images since they have been done by everyone here and back. I am intent on creating very personal images reflecting my vision of the natural and built worlds.
However, since traditional images sell I still shoot them but have been unsure about how to present them and where to display them. They are just so different from the images on the site you reviewed. Same with my travel images. Keith Flood advised developing a site just for each of them. I thought that was a great recommendation - then they won’t conflict the message each portfolio is trying to send. That will take some work, but since I’ve gone through it, I now know what that takes.
Anyway, thanks again. If either of you are ever in Colorado please let me know. It would be great to get together or shoot together - I know some spots. And I would expect Lon would too, having lived here in Boulder.