This screen saver and wallpaper includes images that depict the beauty of the changing seasons: from the snow covered wonderlands of winter, to the spectacular colors of autumn and the awe-inspiring sunsets of summer.
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Flowers Screen Saver and Wallpaper 3.3 No matter what time of year it is outside, it can always be Spring inside your monitor with the Flowers: A Celebration of Color Screen Save rand Wallpaper. This slideshow-style monitor protector rotates 60 photos of beautiful flowers.
Costa Rica's Aviarios Nature Reserve 2.1 Pictures of the flora, fauna and landscapes from the lush and fragile ecosystem of the Aviarios del Caribe Reserve. From the crimson reds of an exotic tropical flower to a spectacular sunrise over the lagoon, all the images are a treat for the eyes.
Description: Enjoy some of nature's most beautiful scenes from the comfort of your desk. This screen saver and wallpaper includes images that depict the beauty of the changing seasons: from the snow covered wonderlands of winter, to the spectacular colors of autumn and the awe-inspiring sunsets of summer. The images were taken at various national parks in the US and Central America which provide for a wide variety of nature's vistas. System-tray and desktop-based screen-saver controls (which work with any screen saver) are part of this excellent package. You can enjoy this nag-free trial version for up to two weeks.
Autumn Screen Saver and Wallpaper 3.3 Witness the spectacle of fall while sitting in the confines of your office. This screen saver and wallpaper features 38 beautiful images that capture the colorful splendor of
Landscapes Screensaver 3.0 Landscapes & Scenic Views Screensaver and Wallpaper. These screen savers, accompanied by a beautiful musical arrangement, brings spectacular landscapes and scenic views right into
Stinky Flower Set to Bloom After 60 Years Wait until the neighbors get a whiff of this. A giant exotic plant that has not bloomed in the Northeast in more than 60 years is ready to flower at the University of Connecticut's greenhouses. The "corpse flower" has the odor of 3-day-old road kill, and
'Big Bucky' May Become the Largest Flower Big Bucky's back. The rare, big and extremely stinky flower that caused a sensation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison when it last bloomed in 2001 could become the world's largest flower when it blooms again next week.