So…. It has been more than a few months since we posted our supposedly monthly calendar wallpaper. Thankfully, the long anticipated wait is over! We have posted 5 different wallpapers for your Augustinian enjoyment. From the lakes of Maine to the coast of Florida – not to mention a few states in between – you’ll find a nice selection of subjects to choose from. Each image is 1080P HD formatted to make the perfect desktop wallpaper.
As always, feel free to share, download and enjoy!
We’ve got some big news! On the most fitting day of the year, we reached a big milestone for our little blog – our first 100,000 views, and all in just over 14 months!
We would like to thank you all for frequenting our blog! As a way of saying thank you, we’ve included a bunch of our favorite 1080P HD Desktop wallpaper here for you. As always, feel free to share, download and enjoy!
We recently spent some time in the Northeast, photographing a variety of settings throughout New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Today’s edition features an outing I took during a really rather dreary and overcast day. To be honest, I wasn’t expecting to find a whole lot photograph-worthy,but thankfully I was rather surprised by what I found to photograph. Glad I went out! Here are a few of my favorite shots. Enjoy – and of course, feel free to download as a desktop wallpaper!
We recently spent some time in the Northeast, photographing a variety of settings throughout New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Today’s edition features some of the macro worlds we visited along the way. Above, you can see the myriad of detail found in the simple bud of a black-eyed Susan. We also discovered some amazing insect life, enjoying a munch in the mild summer weather. Here are a few of my favorite shots. Enjoy – and of course, feel free to download as a desktop wallpaper!
We recently had the opportunity to shoot another event with our friends at the enchanted White Oak Conservation Center. Hidden away on the dirt roads of North Florida, located along the meandering St Marys River, this great location has a collection of mostly African endangered and threatened species. From rhinos and cheetahs to giraffe and zebra – this open plan conservation center makes you feel half a world away.
This time, our group had the pleasure of seeing many of the species White Oak houses, fed the giraffe, and even interacted with a few of the young cheetahs. Certainly a memorable experience! The outing concluded with a great tour of the Big Game Room – filled with amazing artifacts from history, both ancient and modern – and was capped by a gourmet dinner in the Great Hall. Young and not so young alike had some fun at the vintage bowling alley, antique pool tables and all the other wonderful amenities found at White Oak. Below are some of our favorite photos – enjoy!
All the photos can be downloaded for free as HD desktop wallpaper. Simply click on a photo below, click on the permalink (bottom right), save the HD wallpaper by right clicking the “1280×720″ link, and selecting save as.
A few months back now, we had the opportunity to visit Gainesville, FL – specifically the Museum of Natural History and Paines Prairie. We saw countless species of butterflies – to be honest, most of the species were dead specimens mounted to the wall – but there were also thousands of butterflies in their gardens. As you can see from all these photos – they had quite the variety of winged insects out and about!
We then ventured to Paines Prairie and explored the area – spotting a swallow tailed kite and the bald eagle you see below. Enjoy the photos!
TO DOWNLOAD PHOTOS: simply click on the photo you like from the gallery below. On the bottom right, click permalink. Right above the photo is a link to the full resolution image (1280×720 is usually what it says). Simply right click that link and save it to your preferred folder.