It's not uncommon for themes to come with some hard-coded navigational elements for things like pages so you can see where your page links will go.
Usually, you'll want to investigate the theme's files or, hopefully, a readme.txt file that came with the theme, to find where these links exist and then you can insert the appropriate links to your actual pages.
On some themes, these links are in the header.php file, but they may be elsewhere depending on how the theme is constructed.
Just so happens that I found your theme and the links are in the header.php file here:
<li><a href="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>" id="navHome" title="Posted Recently" accesskey="h">Home |</a></li>
<li><a href="/v/" id="navAbout" title="Photo Gallery" accesskey="a">Photo Gallery |</a></li>
<li><a href="/about" id="navAbout" title="About the Author" accesskey="a">About |</a></li>
<li><a href="/contact" id="navContact" title="Contact the Author" accesskey="c">Contact </a></li>
You can change them to suit your needs.
Hope that helps.