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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Free desktop calendar for October 2010

Here comes the free desktop calendar for October! And naturally it's the fly agaric which just looks so good in a green forest. We have had loads of mushrooms this year :)

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

I've made 2 sizes so that the picture would fit to every monitor!
NEW: I have also created versions of european calendar where the week begins from Monday!

American version

Size: NORMAL (1362 x 1024 px)

Size: WIDE (1536 x 1024 px)

European version

Size: NORMAL (1362 x 1024 px)

Size: WIDE (1536 x 1024 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 not much but it's your choice! Thank you! :)

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! :)

Monday, September 27, 2010


I have been photographing a lot of hearts lately ;) And was thinking of opening a new shop in Etsy just for heart prints. What do you think?

These are rowan tree berries.

And the black berries are from a juniper :)

Lemons? No ;) Apples? No :) These are Chaenomeles fruits. See the Wikipedia for more.

These are wild grapes that have taken over one of our houses :S

Plums :) :P

For all the wine lovers out there ;)

So, do you think I should upload them to my existing Etsy shop or make a new one just for heart prints? Please comment :)

All those cute little birdies :))

Spent the weekend in the country again :) No wild animals this time but lots and lots of cute little birdies!!! I'm gonna start off with this cutie - long-tailed tit. They are so much fun to watch with their cute little faces and loooong tails :D

In the middle of photographing them I saw some kind of a falcon up in the sky and had to quickly decide who I'm gonna shoot LOL Made the right call and stuck with my little ones ;) I mean, is there anything cuter than long-tailed tits? :) I wish one would sit on my shoulder all the time!!

How small can a bird's beak really be?? How can she eat with that?! LOL

Nice autumn colours ;)

This is also a small bird - jenny wren. I haven't seen one in my garden before. Loved that funny tail and the pretty song she sang :) Those poses are great too! :D

Now some of you know already that I have two ginkgo bilobas growing in my garden! :) I have been really obsessed with them lately and am so happy they love living in my garden! :) Ginkgos, also known as Maidenhair trees, are the oldest trees alive, living fossils you could say. You can read all about them from Wikipedia.

Don't those leaves have a stunning shape?

Some autumn colours from an apple tree too ;)

We were tiding out in our back yard and throwing away old and useless things when I found this! I think it's a deer or something...

I love calendulas! They are so bright and pretty! :)

Drum roll please!! This is our first parsnip that has grown into a decent vegetable! :D I feel really proud and a little sad to have to eat it LOL

Show-off, haha! ;)
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