Enjoy beautiful pictures of crisp winter snowfalls. Relax to the sounds of piano and flute while photos of snow covered pine trees, horses in fields of snow, snow lined streams and lakes, and other wintery scenes are displayed across your screen.
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Floral Gardens Screensaver 4.50 From splashes of reds and yellows, to soothing blues and pastels, enjoy beautiful bouquets of flowers, flowering trees, plants and bushes of professionally landscaped botanical gardens with the Floral Gardens screensaver from Burns Photography.
Country Flavors Screensaver 4.50 Take a virtual walk in the country with the Country Flavors Screensaver from Burns Photography. Featuring 28 shots of countryside scenes, forest treasures, fall colors and lakefront views accompanied by piano and flute soundtrack.
Description: Enjoy beautiful pictures of crisp winter snowfalls. Relax to the sounds of piano and flute while photos of snow covered pine trees, horses in fields of snow, snow lined streams and lakes, and other wintery scenes are displayed across your screen. All slides are captioned. The top-notch screen-saver engine offers options for setting the delay between image changes, showing images full-screen or at original size, using up to 23 transition effects, adjusting the caption properties, muting the piano and flute soundtrack, and taking advantage of Microsoft Plus! support. A tray-based screen-saver control (which should work with any Windows screen saver) is part of the package. You may run this trial version for 4 days.
Winter Scenes Screensaver 1.1 This screensaver shows the colorful Winter's Scenes. Amongst them: a water and ice, a frozen lakes, wood in a snow; a berries on snow, frosted nature; ice caves and icicles and
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