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Thursday, 31 January 2008

Free Screen backgrounds

Free wildlife and wilderness screen backgrounds to download

Just click on an image to view full size in a new window.



Whooper Swans on Loch Achonachie



Red Deer Stag browsing Strathconon hillside in winter


Red Deer stag with 10 point antlers in velvet


Looking west up Strathconon Glen in Easter Ross


Looking south down Loch Lochy in the Great Glen



Oystercatcher flight across Cromarty Bay



Atlantic Puffin in the rain on Handa Island.

These images can be downloaded for personal use.

The images are 1440 x 900 pixels at 96ppi and the average size is about 100Kb. They work perfectly on a wide screen laptop and can be sampled and downloaded directly from the page in seconds.

I hope you enjoy them.

4 comments:

  1. Howdy, I've just come across your blog, and thought I'd say hello!

    Fantastic photos!! My hubby is interested in a print of the stag, while I'm favorable to the (I believ they are..) swans. We'll have a look at the info regarding purchase. Meanwhile...keep up the good work! :)

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  2. ps. if you don't mind, I've included a link to your blog, from mine, under 'favorite artists'.

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  3. Thanks for your comment and no problem with the link. I'm honoured.
    I was just visiting your blog and wanted to thank you for the videos which reminded me of Joan Baez version of Wild Mountain Thyme released back in the 60's.
    Can't find a full version on the tube but did find one by the Corries so watch this space.
    Best wishes once again on your 24 years.

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  4. I haven't heard the Corries sing this song but will try to find their video on YouTube. I do really like the Corries' version of 'Ae Fond Kiss'

    Thanks again for the well wishes! :)

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