This week we have an all new Free Wallpaper from Steve of Out On The Prairie. Steve has been an excellent friend and contributor ever since we first met here in the blogging world. Today's wallpaper shows Phlox, a flower he found on the floor of the forest. Flowers are always such a nice thing to find.

Under the cover of a forest full of trees isn't a place where you'd think you might find flowers, but they're there in abundance. Taking a walk in your nearest forest might yield a great treasure like these.

Read further to find out how to download this wallpaper photo.
Photo Taken by Steve with a Sony DSC-H1

Here's how you download this free wallpaper:
  1. Click on the photo above to be taken to the download page, where you will then see the photo in its actual size. 
  2. From there, just right click on the photo to bring up the menu with your choices.
  3. Select Save Image As or Save Picture As to save the wallpaper to your computer.
  4. Come back here and leave the contributor of the photo a polite thank you.

If you would like to see more of Steve's photos, and his excellent stories, you can find them at his blog, Out On The Prairie, and even more of his photos on his Flickr site. He writes fiction that is based on the lives of his family and friends. He interviewed them to get the essence of their experiences with nature and life on the prairie.

Steve's Blog - Out On The Prairie
Steve's Flickr Site - Iowa State Parks

The photos we offer here at Nature Center Magazine as free wallpaper are free only for personal use as desktop wallpaper. Each one is the property of the person who contributed it. If you would like to share a nature photo of yours for our Free Wallpaper feature, go here for details: Share A Nature Photo


  1. I would tell you that phlox were some of my mother's favorites because they were, but she loved all flowers so much. She always had phlox in her gardens. This picture is beautiful.

  2. such a beautiful photo. I love the little squirrel that climbs this article

  3. I just finished using this picture as a jigsaw puzzle. When I had finished I discovered that you captured a fairy. It is in the middle of the tree trunk toward the bottom of the middle cluster of blooms. Can you see it?

  4. Now you caught my attention,I will have to enlarge it to see.


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