July 2013 Desktop Calendar

July 2013 Desktop Calendar

July 2013 Desktop Calendar

Hard to believe it’s already July and 2013 is half over! It is has been an interesting year so far and hopefully the second half will be just as interesting.

I’ve changed the format for this month’s calendar a little bit. First it is now in a widescreen resolution of 1920×1080. The most obvious change is the layout of the calendar text. I have experimented for a while with non-block layouts and think I like this one best.

I have also decided to do away with the download plugin. It probably works great for pay items but it seemed to work against me when it came to free stuff. Now just click on the images and save it!

I hope everyone likes the changes and as always download, share and enjoy!

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3 Comments

  1. Mark Neal July 2, 2013 at 2:16 PM #

    Really beautiful image, Curt. I like the surreal atmosphere. Nice one!
    Mark Neal recently posted…HDR – From Real to Subtly Surreal – Maneuvering with Nik

  2. Rich McPeek July 2, 2013 at 9:20 AM #

    Sweet shot for the Calendar Curt!
    Rich McPeek recently posted…Busy Bees

  3. Chris Nitz July 2, 2013 at 8:57 AM #

    Now that is a heck of a view. So mystic and pretty. I can almost smell the dew on the forest floor.
    Chris Nitz recently posted…Farewell to Moab

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