Prairie Sky

Today's Free Wallpaper shows the kind of open scenery that is just perfect to use as desktop wallpaper. I could never have taken a picture like this from so close to the city where I lived before. Here in the countryside of Iowa the possibilities are unlimited. Maybe one of these times I might bring you a picture of the place that is named after my family.

Let's not talk any further. My tale has been told. Let's get to the photo, before we get old.

Read further to find out how to download this wallpaper photo.

Photo Taken by Ratty with a Canon PowerShot SX20 IS

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'd like to see more of my work go take a look at any of my three sites. I'm the editor here at Nature Center Magazine, and I also have two blogs. The Everyday Adventurer is my nature blog where I tell stories of my daily nature hikes and the things I encounter, with more photos like this one. Rat Tales is where I get to share some of the fiction that I write. No photos there though, just some very cool stories.

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Comments

  1. Scenes like this make me long for the Canadian Prairies. One third land and two thirds sky. Wonderful!

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  2. You are catching that spirit. Have you looked where Broken Kettle is yet?

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  3. There are many pictures in the clouds.

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  4. @Stranger In A Strange Land
    It certainly is. Thanks for your comment.
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    @thepowmill
    I'll bet they're very similar to those wonderful prairies here in Iowa. I'll be showing a lot of them from now on.
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    @Out on the prairie
    Broken Kettle preserve is actually only a few miles from where I live. My grandparents' old farm where my family comes from is on Broken Kettle Road.

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  5. @Don't unplug your hub
    And there's plenty of extra sky here to show those pictures.

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