Wallpaper For Your Desktop! 

First, click on the thumbnail for a full size version of the image. Full size images are in the jpeg format and are 1280 pixels x 960 pixels and can be anywhere from 250 to 380 Kbytes.

For Windows 95 or Higher

1. After the image appears in your browser, click the right-hand button on your mouse.
1a. If you have the latest Micro Soft Internet Explorer Browser, it may reduce the size of the image to fit in your browser window. Move your mouse cursor over the image and an sizing icon will appear in the bottom right corner of the image. Toggle this icon to restore the image to it's largest size before executing step 2.
2. On the menu that pops up, select SET AS WALLPAPER or SET AS BACKGROUND.
3. Depending on the size of your display, you may have to right click on your desktop, select properties, select the "Desktop" tab and then select the "Stretch" menu item under "Position."

For Macintosh

1. After the image appears in your browser, drag the image onto your desktop.
2. From the Apple Menu (at the top left of your screen) select CONTROL PANELS, then DESKTOP PICTURES or APPEARANCE. (If the new window reads APPEARANCE, select the tab that reads DESKTOP.)
3. If necessary, click REMOVE PICTURE to clear the current desktop picture.
4. Click SELECT PICTURE or PLACE PICTURE, then locate and click the image file.
5. Click OK or CHOOSE.
6. Finally, click SET DESKTOP.

This photo was taken in my kitchen. It's a photo of a cactus bloom. I've had this cactus for years and this is the first time it's bloomed. I have no idea what kind of cactus this might be. The bloom closes in the evening and opens again in the morning. The actual size of this flower is about " across. For a little perspective, click here.

This was shot with a 180mm Macro Lens mounted on a 2x Extender and a Canon EOS 1Ds. The depth of field with this setup is very, very shallow so I shot at a setting of f32 to maximize the area in sharp focus.

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This is my other cactus. It's also in my kitchen. It's kind of outgrown it's pot and I've wanted to transplant it for a while - but I can't figure out how to handle it out without getting impaled on those spikes - each of which is about 1" long.

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Punkins. A nice fall shot from a farmer's market right down the road from me.

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The view from "Inspiration Point" overlooking Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park. This vista is one mile into the Cascade Trail Hike if you take the boat across Jenny Lake from the East Boat Dock to the West Boat Dock. If you hike from the boat dock, add another 2.4 miles. The Cascade Canyon hike is 9 miles round trip from the West Boat dock. The trail starts above  7000 feet in elevation and gains about 1050 feet total.

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A field full of summer flowers beside Kolob Reservoir Road between Cedar City UT and Zion National Park. Kolob Reservoir Road is 40 miles of unpaved "seasonal" road that slips into the back door of Zion and ends in Virgin UT.

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The Imperial Sand Dunes at Glamis, CA just east of the Imperial Valley on SR 78.