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Monday, May 31, 2010

Free desktop calendar for June!

Time for the desktop calendar again! :) This time I have chosen a photo from our porch in the summer time. I just love the feel of this image, reminds me of the sunny days and summer parties with cake & coffee.

Feel free to spread the word about this free desktop calendar! Thank you!

Size: 1920 x 1280 px

You can download this wallpaper for free. You can also do some good and donate either $1 or $5 to help me keep these pictures coming. It's your choice!

Here's how you get this image to your desktop:

1. click on the image to enlarge
2. right click on the enlarged image and choose “Save Image As”
3. Browse your computer and choose a location to save image.
4. Click “Save”

To install the desktop calendar
once it has been downloaded to your computer,
locate the image(wherever you saved it)
Right click on the photo
“Set as desktop background”.


P.S. Comments are loved! :)

Friday, May 28, 2010

Time in the country to celebrate my birthday :)

Last Saturday was my B-day and we went to celebrate it with my family to our summer home. The weather was fabulous, sunny & warm. We had a BBQ and ate some other delicious foods at the sauna terrace :)

Pay attention to the dog under the chair ;) Best seat in the house :D

There are so many hares (wild rabbits) about this year. So this is my birthday present from the animal kingdom this year :D

Remember my last post where I showed you the pics of the trees we had cut down? Well this is what it looks now - new stones and flowers for the flower bed too.

The lapwing is such a beautiful bird when viewed closer than usual.

We have lots of rosefinches in our garden. Or maybe it's just that one pair that keeps singing all the time :)

Had to wash the car, looks nice now :P And the flowers are growing so quickly! Will show you lots of flower pics soon too!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Winter damage in the country

We had a looong and snowy winter this year, I think the max amount of snow at some point was 70cm (27 inches) so I guess it's only natural that when we arrived at our summer home last weekend we found a lot of broken trees.

Some of these lilacs are over 100 years old.

You can see how the trees have been bended by the huge amounts of heavy snow. So we decided to cut them down entirely.

I know it doesn't look good now but it will after the leaves come, the flowers start to bloom and after we reorganise the flower pads.

Some flowers are already blooming :)

This is not a UFO landing site LOL but these are my last years lilies that I got from a friend, they are gonna be soo pretty - red and yellow. And now I planted a new and hopefully a gorgeous orange Crocosmia to the middle :)

Lilies are peaking out

These are gorgeous pink Peonies.

Spring is great! :)
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