This image of Killick Beach, located near Crescent Head, NSW, Australia is my second most popular photograph for May 2011. I wasn’t planning to shoot this particular view – I was going there for another spot, located couple hundred meters away. I had a specific image in mind, which, thanks to a heavy rain, I even hadn’t attempted to capture. Anyway, I’m happy with the result and I guess this will be another proof that the best results often come from unexpected places and are almost always unplanned.
This time I decided not to limit myself to 12 calendars and updated all previously posted wallpapers – 21 desktop wallpapers with fresh calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars.
Are you Android device user? Over 100 images from my portfolio are available as high resolution wallpapers for Android devices, try it!
As usual on 25th of every month, I’m happy to let you know that there is an addition to my free desktop wallpaper collection. This time it is an image from Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah), which I visited almost 2 years ago. Magnificent place! I remember, I was ready to spend days and nights roaming among those rock formations, also known as hoodoos.
I am sure it will not be a surprise for my regular readers that this and older wallpapers with updated calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars.
Over 100 images form my portfolio are also available as high resolution wallpapers for Android devices. BTW, there were a lot of updates to my Android wallpaper App recently – it now understands Flickr, Facebook and Picasa, so you can use your own images and wallpapers from my collection at the same time.
After long learning curve, tons of mistakes and disappointments, I’ve finally decided to release my first time lapse video. I made it over 5 day’s period while I was visiting a small town Nellim near Lake Inari in Finland last year.
I used Canon 20D with 14mm lens and, I must admit that, it is not really a good choice for night photography – amount of noise is too high, so sorry for a slightly blurry images – I used a lot of noise reduction there.
I hope you like it! Please let me know what you think!
I made this photograph about 3 years ago during the trip to the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas, since then I’ve seen only a handful of sunsets that were at least as dramatic as this one. I’ve just found that there is another scenic event coming up to Port Douglas, even more dramatic than this sunset – total solar eclipse at 6:38 am on November 14, 2012. I think I know where I’m going to be on that date.
As always, this and older wallpapers with updated calendar are available for download here: Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars. Over 100 images form my portfolio are also available as high resolution wallpapers for Android devices.
I’ve been working hard on the major update for my wallpapers app for Android devices over the last month and now I’m happy to introduce a completely new version with the following changes:
- Application size reduced by more than 10 times
- At the same time, wallpaper collection increased from 12 to more than 100 high quality nature wallpapers