I was experimenting over the weekend with gallery software. I only had a dozen or so pics scanned at the time and I wanted to see how on paticular software would handle larger gallerys so I dumped in 60-80 pics I have saved from my wanderings on the net. Some of them came from users here. Due to how I had the webspace setup I essentially had an "open directory" sitting at the name and anyone that happened to go there could start digging and find these gallerys. I had 2 friends testing the gallerys remotely for me, and asked them both to not disclose the URL to anyone. Someone from here found some of their work on the gallery and asked that I remove it. I did so immediatly after explaining why his work was "out in the wild" like that. I had no intentions of that gallery ever being publically accessable but I was not careful and did not realize how easily it could be accessed. If your work was in that gallery I apologize. I did not intend to make it part of the actual gallery. I needed something to pump it up so I could test it and failed to remove it in a timely manner. I had moved it to a /temp/ folder while I tried some new software and forgot to go in and remove it. I have since closed the open directory structure, deleted all traces of this pictures from the site, and sent that user an apology... but its possible that work from others here was accessible as well. I am sorry for that. I made a mistake and meant no harm. This paticular user is some whos work I admire and I feel terrible for what I did.