Saturday, November 27, 2010

TWQ: Desktop

Apologies for being aweay thje last week. A trip to London, plus cards to write, presents to buy made uit all very cramped.

TWQ (the Weekend Question) is looking right at your computer screen and asking what picture (or pictures) you have on your Desktop.

What images do you have on your computer desktop? Do you have a screensaver?

My answers are:

As I have a new large 1920 x 1080 screen, good ones are hard to find. I do have:

Helena Bonham Carter as The Red Queen and one of her as Bellatrix (from the Potter movie)

I also have two pictures of Nicole Kidman.


Three Battlestar Galactica images, including the Last Supper re-enactment

The Lost Last Supper re-enactment

The screensavers have a variety of fantasy pictures.


Now it's over to you....

7 comments:

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

my background thingy is the ocean from the back of a cruise ship and the screen saver is an everchanging montage of all my photos. they morph into the next photo, really cool apple feature.

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxo

P M Prescott said...

I have the wallpaper set to change pictures every hour. I have scenery pictures and art pictures that rotate. When not on the 'puter I drop the top of the lap top and put it to sleep.

Linda said...

I currently have a picture of the Marshall Point Lighthouse in Maine set as my desktop background at home and at work I've got a fall scene of a country road here in Connecticut.

Probably time to put up something Christmasy, eh?

Michael Manning said...

A photo of me playing guitar. That could change. It's a reminder to practice although Kate Hudson in a bikini would be a better alternative! :D

P M Prescott said...

Ah, Michael, the nice thing about being single. I'd like to do that, but the wife would object.

Susan said...

Busy here too Captain.

I have a pale lilac screen with a large picture of a huge pile of skeins of sock yarn.

Belatrix, fantastic, have you seen the new film yet?

It's brilliant, seen it twice.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Susan, actually, I've never seen an HP film. Maybe I ought to.