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As I can’t think of anything except my backpacking trip to Tasmania which starts later this week, the fresh desktop calendar features an image from my last year’s hike in Australian Snowy Mountains. The Rams Head plateau is located a few kilometres south of Australian tallest mountain (Mount Kosciuszko, 2228m) and offers stunning scenery over grassy flats mixed with impressive granite boulders and rocky outcrops. Despite its close location to an extremely popular walking track, there are not many people who decide to take a side walk and visit this remarkable place, making it even more attractive.

As before, this and all previously posted wallpapers with fresh calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars.

On top of these free wallpapers, I’m offering over 100 images from my portfolio as high-resolution wallpapers for Android devices. App also allows access to Flickr, Facebook and Picasa, so you can use your own images as well as images from my portfolio as wallpapers for your Android.

Different images require a different amount of work to get it right. Some are just point and shoot, some work well with a stack of filters in front of the camera, others require some creative post processing, but some special cases will squeeze an extra mile from you. The moment I came to this location I knew that I wanted to shoot this mountain with reflection, the problem was that I couldn’t get a nice one without going into the water … freezing cold water. Believe me, those “icebergs” are floating there for a reason. I tried couple times, but couldn’t stand it for more than 20 seconds – it was burning cold. Fortunately I had some time before the sunset to come up with The Solution.

For the next hour people were pointing at me fingers and joking, but I kept collecting reasonably sized rocks and stayed focused on the construction. At the end, I was standing with my tripod on the tip of the narrow 2.5m long rock “bridge”. Needless to say that moments after I finished my work I was approached by some people asking to take a shot from there.

As always, all previously posted wallpapers with fresh calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars. Over 100 images from my portfolio are also available as high-resolution wallpapers for Android devices. App also supports Flickr, Facebook and Picasa, so you can use your own image as well as images from my portfolio as wallpapers for your Android.

I’ve been shooting a lot of seascapes lately and feel that I need to interrupt this constant flow of “rocks in the water” images with something dry. The image I chose for the new calendar wallpaper presents an iconic view of the Flinders Ranges (South Australia) – Bunyeroo Valley from Razorback Lookout.

If you are interested to learn more about Flinders Ranges, a good way to start is to read my “Flinders Ranges: Highlights“ article in the travel section of my website.

All previously posted wallpapers with fresh calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars. Over 100 images from my portfolio are also available as high-resolution wallpapers for Android devices. App also supports Flickr, Facebook and Picasa, so you can use your own image as well as images from my portfolio as wallpapers for your Android.

No matter what – weather conditions, light, tide or swell, one of the prime locations for Sydney photographers, Turimetta Beach always provides an opportunity to make a great seascape photograph. I’ve been shooting there several times already and no doubt will come again. I hope you’ll enjoy this latest addition to my wallpaper collection!

As always, all previously posted wallpapers with fresh calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars. Over 100 images from my portfolio are also available as high-resolution wallpapers for Android devices, try it!

The latest addition to my wallpaper collection features Lake Albina – one of the six glacial lakes in Australia. As its’ neighbour Lake Cootapatamba, it is located in Australian Alps, near the highest Australian peak – Mt. Kosciuszko (2228 metres). I suspect that it is completely covered by snow now, a sight I’d really like to see …

All 23 previously posted wallpapers with fresh calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars. Over 100 images from my portfolio are also available as high resolution wallpapers for Android devices, try it!