So yes, allow it to break into columns, please?
Thanks and keep up the good work!
Nonetheless, I installed OzioGallery (which I'd installed for another client who has flickr gallery) and out of curiosity, I went to the developer's page to see if they have anything on categorizing pictures. Lo and behold: there's instruction on their front page on how to categorize pictures. After simply moving the pictures into ozio's folder and copying the gallery.php files, my gallery was up, working, *and* categorized!
The Flickr integration also works perfectly with only minute tweaks. I am using it in my personal site and am enjoying its ease of use and config. I love it. And in the name of all webGods, I will use this extension faithfully. =)