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More Wallpaper included in the following sections:

Spring Lambs 2012  Spring Lambs 2011

Spring Lambs 2010 Spring lambs 2009  Sentient Sheep

Scroll down to select desktop wallpaper of not only sheep and lambs but other animals, scenery and flowers

To access photographs for use as desktop Wallpaper click on the appropriate text below each thumbnail for the size you require:  800x600 and 1024x768. Also a small selection of all new photographs uploaded will include sizes 1152x864 1600x1200

Before downloading please read instructions and conditions of use if you have not already done so.

You can also download photographs from my flickr photograph stream

Scroll down to find out how to make your own desktop wallpaper
 

Desktop Wall Paper

Here on this website it is not possible to include too many images at the larger sizes as there is not enough space for such large files on our host server

You can find a large selection of our photographs on Flickr
 flickr photograph stream  many of which are suitable for use as desktop wallpaper.

How to make desktop wallpaper
It is quite simple to make your own desktop wallpaper, all you need is graphics editing software such as Photoshop, PhotoImpact, Paint Shop Pro. We use PhotoImpact and the instructions which follow are for Photo Impact 10, but mostly the procedure is similar in any graphics software. Open the software, go to menu bar and select adjust than resize. In the Resize window (or some software resample) click User Defined and choose Pixels from the drop down menu, usually it is set at percent. Enter the size you require in the Width and Height, for example in the width box enter 1024 and the height box should than display 768. Make sure that the following are checked: resample method, aspect ratio and base image, particularly aspect ratio. Under the heading Resolution make sure the drop down menus are set to User-defined, 72 and pixels/inch Now I am by no means an expert but these are the settings I use to make desktop Wallpaper for this website.