This installment of Desktop Madness features a nature photograph which was good enough to fool me into thinking someone else had taken it!
Geez, have I really done 99 of these things? Wow.
Today’s wallpaper has a slightly amusing story to it. As you might know, I use John’s Background Switcher to cycle randomly through my entire wallpaper collection.
Well, the other day a picture came up in the rotation, I thought to myself, “gee that’s a nice picture, I should post it as a desktop madness entry.”
It took a few minutes for me to remember that actually, that was a picture I’d taken!
So anyway, here’s the photo that inspired this post. Enjoy!
(Remember: you can download the full-size version from this picture’s Flickr page.)
A Desktop Madness post that features a picture I took myself for once!
For this 95th installment of Desktop Madness, here’s a wallpaper that I actually made myself!
I took this photo when I was on a hike out at the Delaware Water Gap. Since this is one of my photos, it’s hosted over on Flickr, but you can still download the full-sized version from there.
I’ve gone back to South Mountain Reservation to try and photograph some waterfalls and get that “silky water” effect I’ve seen in so many photos – and just to get some photography done. It’s been too long since I’ve taken anything other than a picture of the rabbits.
The last time I went, this is what I found:
Luckily, this time it had recently rained:
What do you think? Not quite like this one, but still… hey, I’m still new to all this! Gotta practice more!
You can see the entire set of photos here.
I swear, I’ve seen more wildlife since coming to NJ than I ever saw back in MA.
I swear, I’ve seen more wildlife since coming to NJ than I ever saw back in MA. I’ve seen deer, giant praying mantises, and some crazy birds that I can’t identify.
Who’dve thunk it?
I saw a rainbow early this evening. It was quite impressive – it spanned a full 180 degrees. Sometimes, you just have to take the time to appreciate the simple beauty in the world.
I saw a rainbow early this evening. It was quite impressive – it spanned a full 180 degrees.
Sometimes, you just have to take the time to appreciate the simple beauty in the world.