Thank you to all the fabulous bloggers who joined me in sharing the image they have on their desktops this month.
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Brian shared a gorgeous photo of a joey – that’s a baby kangaroo. It’s ever so cute and (to be honest) something I don’t see regularly.
Cathy shared a photo she took of the ‘view from a pullout‘ showing blooming fireweed – the first signs of fall colours settling in in her corner of the world (Kenai Peninsula, Alaska).
Cee’s three photos this month include a fantastic shot of a gorgeous, pale (musky) pink rose. I found it difficult to take my eyes off it.
Anita’s photo, taken in her backyard, is of some hummingbirds fighting over the bird feeder. They look too cute to be fighting.
Aletta also shared a fabulous photo taken in her garden in South Africa. It’s of a Malachite Sunbird sitting in her tree.
Karen stopped by and shared an amazing image of Redbank Gorge in the West MacDonnell Ranges of the Northern Territory, Australia. It’s a place on our next “Must Do List”.
Martin’s two images this month are Miss Lola heading south on route 212 (virtual) and Class 416 electric unit 6315 departing Willesden Junction (actual).
Thanks everyone.I do love seeing what you’re looking at
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Time for a confession. Although I love the photo of my Snowflake dominating my garden . . .
And as much as it makes/made a delightful desktop . . .
. . . I found it too bright.
And therefore, I changed it to something more subtle, something kinder on my light-sensitive eyes.
On September 15, I’ll share the new image on my desktop.
But you don’t have to wait until then.
You can join in anytime.
- Share the photo* you have set as your wallpaper;
- Provide as little or as much detail as you wish;
- Comment on my post for August or use a pingback; and
- Share the fun around 🥰
* Remember, in the interest of maintaining your personal privacy, please refrain from sharing a screenshot of your desktop and merely share the image you have set as your wallpaper.