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Journey Along a Back Street [Wallpaper]
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Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and Google+.
Very peaceful and quiet looking
Pretty… but that would be “Journey Along a Back ROAD.” Back STREET has a much different meaning, at least in the US. :-O ;-)
Re. Kae’s comment …
In Britain, we make the same distinction between a back road and a street. In fact, after looking at the image, I would describe the ‘street’ as a lane – it isn’t really big enough to qualify as a road and it is unsurfaced.
To me the bottom line is: how do I download them to my puter? I must be the most computer-illiterate HTG site-lover here because I’ve watched for someone else to ask that question for a couple of years now and no one has.
If you are as big fan of this great site as am I, then you will remember them offering wallpapers many times over the years. Each time I have searched for instructions on how to download them and each time I have failed. Can someone please share with me the secret? Or are they only here on display and not for sharing?
@Captain Storyteller – Here we go. ^_^
01.) Use the link below the image to visit the wallpaper’s home page.
02.) Look for the Download Button on the right side of the image and click it.
03.) At DesktopNexus you have two options at this point: a.) let it auto-size the image to fit your screen’s resolution OR b.) click on the Options Button in the upper right corner and select a specific size (or original size).
04.) If you go with the auto-size feature, right click on the image and select “Save image as” to download it to your computer.
05.) If you choose to download a specific size or the original, click on the desired size and you will be able to save the image to your computer from there.
Hope this helps. ^_^
What she (AsianAngel) said. Especially note instruction 4. “Right click on the image and select…” This is usable in many circumstances. If you want a picture you see somewhere, try that. It often works.
Wow… nice, anyone know where that place is?
So sweet and old-fashioned looking….
Ray Bradbury wrote the classic Fahrenheit 451 on a rental typewriter in the basement of UCLA’s Powell Library; paying ten cents per half-hour, he finished the book in nine days at a cost of nine dollars and eighty cents.
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