Field of Science

June 2012 Desktop Calendar

This is an image pulled from my archives. A flashback from 2008. Shown here are some mosses growing in a raked rock garden at a temple in Japan. 

If you are interested in downloading this desktop calendar follow the instructions below. 

1 - Single click on the image to open it up in a new window. (If you use the image directly from the blog post you will loose a lot of resolution.)

2 - Right-click (or ctrl-click) on the image, and chose the option that says, "Set as Desktop Background" or "Use as Desktop Picture". The wording may vary.

3 - If the image does not fit your desktop neatly, you may have to adjust the image (Mac: System Preferences > Desktop > Screen Saver > Desktop; Windows: Control Panel > Display > Desktop) and choose "Fill screen" as the display mode of your background image.

Any issues or suggestions please let me know. These calendars are an experiment in-progress.

1 comment:

  1. Hi!!! Now that I have thoroughly slain an hour and a half of work reading your blog and clicking your links, I wanted to tell you just how excited I am to have found you. Actual 'information' about moss is rather hard to come by and I feel fortunate to have stumbled upon your consolidated trove of great stuff! I garden an acre and a quarter of second-growth forest in Sammamish, Washington. My property has significant restrictions keeping me to 'Native Plants Only,' and while I think the "science" used to promulgate these ordinances is specious at best, I do my best to adhere to them. I decided that the best way to pull my Native landscaping efforts together would be to cultivate a Native moss garden. I have been working at it for a year and a half or so, and keeping a blog, A Thistle in my Sensitive Area, about my doings. I hope you visit, but nevertheless I subscribed to YOUR blog because I need all the help I can get! Remember the first rule of Bryophyte Club: ALWAYS talk about Bryophyte Club! Thank you and best wishes,


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