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I'm going Green!!

Finally... after a lot of changes and experiments.. I decided to go green! I tried to give a greenish look to my blog. At first I tried black background which didn't satisfy me. Then I changed it... tried new colors and even tried some images for full background. And eventually I ended up with this look.

The blog header photo contains many important persons of my "life". And the color green symbolizes "life".

And that's how it's "a walk through my life"! :)


  1. Simple and Good.. :-)
    Anyways, layout design and colors are one thing about blogs that keeps on changing..

  2. Liked the template, buddy! I always love white background... clean and simply... :)

  3. I just loved this new look... so sweet and I love being green. After all, I am green too! :)

    Brother, Check this one

    hope this one is not that boring! :D

  4. @Vini: Yah... Those things better be changed rhythmically. New color gives us new inspiration after all. Thanks.

    @Mind Writer: Thanks you apu. I'm also a fan of white. It always gives a fresh feeling.

    @Mahmud: I'm truly happy to go green. There's definitely a "life" in this color. Thanks you bro. And also thanks for the tag. I liked it. :)

  5. Riyadh, I liked your new 'green' header. And nice to know "this time you liked the tag" !! ;)

    So waiting to see you done that one :D

  6. Important people - we need them.
    Good work.

  7. @Mahmud: Thank you bro. Going to do that pretty soon I guess. :)

    @Grayquill: After a long time... Nice to see you here! :) & Thank you.


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