If you want this totally fabulous flower adorning your desktop then all you have to do is click on one of the images below (one that roughly fits the pixel width of your screen will work best) save it to your desk top and then use your settings menu (or system preferences or equivalent) to change your backdrop desktop image. You might need to choose the 'centre' option to make sure you can see all the dates.
And so, without further ado, I give you the 1600 pixel wide image for those of you with big screens and big desks and big coffee cups and lots of important windows open at the same time. I bet you have two phones too, one on each side! Go you! And I bet this hydrangea is going to look super dooper fantastic on such a big screen. You will be the envy of all your colleagues.
|August 1600 px wide|
|August 1400 px wide|
|August 1280 px wide|
All that remains for me to do is to post my photographs for the Mercantile Muse photography challenge. Now, I missed the deadline for the 'vast' category due to extended traveling at the weekend but I managed to fit in a little visit to the place in London that to me signifies this word.
|Tate Modern, the turbine hall, London, 1st August 2012, Cari-Jane Hakes|
|Tate Modern, the turbine hall, 1 August, Cari-Jane Hakes|
|c'est moi, photo challenge, day 3|