Desktop Seabird

Desktop seabird

Cee challenges us to share our desktop, so that is mine on my new laptop. I took this pic at Crystal Cove a few years ago when my daughter and her hubby visited. Today, I went to Crystal Cove with my roomie and took a bunch of new pics, some of which are good. Funny thing, I didn’t even know about the challenge when I went this morning.

If you’re thinking I have nothing on this computer, you’d be wrong. I have loads of documents and photos here, but they are all organized into folders and filed away neatly, which makes them easier to find later. I don’t like things cluttering up my desktop and it drives me nuts when I can’t find something.

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11 responses to “Desktop Seabird

  1. Yay, beach! But seagulls always seem like they want to go out of their way to crap in the most inconvenient places…

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  2. One of Georgie’s cousins๐Ÿ˜
    I bet the beach was heaven is this weather!๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŒŠ

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  3. Just a little jealous you have an ocean. Mine is water, but I don’t think I would swim in it.
    http://blogorahmah.blogspot.com

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  4. The desktop is a bit too neat๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜…

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  5. Love the association in colour and mood between the subject and the landscape.

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  6. I too keep my virtual desktop icon-less. I do have a couple of columns of shortcuts both at home and at work. The people who cover their screen with icons: How do they find the one they want???

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  7. This is how I also keep my desktop, nice and clean ๐Ÿ™‚

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