I finally took some time last night and added a few pictures to the photography website. They can be found in the "Landscapes" gallery here.
Overall, I'm pretty happy with the appearance of my website. There are a few little things I still want to do with it, but my biggest priority is to get some more photos added. I've realized that it's going to take me a lot longer than I first anticipated to go through all my photos to find those that I feel are worthy enough to display. My current library is sitting at about 23,000 photos, of which probably 90% of those have been shot in the last 4 years. I know that number is a far cry from what some professional photographers' libraries probably look like, but I'm assuming they have a lot more time than I do to go through photos. It's their job!
Up to this point, I haven't been one to sit in front of my computer for hours on end using Photoshop or some other photo editing software to make my photos "better." I really strive to get the photo as close to what I want as I'm taking it so that I don't have to spend a lot of time editing later. I don't know about other photographers, but I'd rather be out taking photos than sitting in front of a computer any day! But, I also know that the digital darkroom has it's place and it's an area where I would like to gain some more knowledge. So, I'm also using my time going back through photos to mess around a little bit with editing. Right now I'm using GIMP (I love opensource!), iPhoto, and LightZone (cool program!). I've thought about purchasing Photoshop in the past, but I can't get past the price tag. I've also given serious consideration to Aperture 3, especially after reading several good reviews.