Sunday, 28 February 2016

A phone Wallpaper

A change from holiday photos of last year.

Occasionally I like to make digital graphics.
Recently I had time to quickly make the below digital wallpaper for my Galaxy Samsung Notebook 4.

I should imagine it would fit most smartphones.  Resolution is 1080 X 1920


Below is a photo of the Wallpaper on my phone.




A coloured comparison of Australia and Europe.


We passed this sign on our way up the middle of Australia.

35 comments:

  1. Margaret I love comparison Australia and Europe. It is hard to imagine how big is Austrlia comparing to so varied Europe.The last sigh is so lovely

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    1. Often post the comparison as it reminds me along with others how huge Australia is.

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  2. Oh original!
    you have a beautiful creation !
    this gives me an idea for the 2017 st valentine day haha !
    Very pleasant to share this wallpaper, thank you Margaret

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    1. You are welcome. I often make small 'cards' for Valentine's Day.

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  3. never seen that comparison before. I know in the age of Imperialism, it wasn't uncommon for huge places to be ruled by tiny (in land size) nations.

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    1. Have used a different map before Adam, and had one of the USA and Australia much the same size.

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  4. Beautiful !! That's an excellent idea to make your own wallpaper !!
    Happy weekend :)

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  5. Very pretty wallpaper for your phone. I love the welcome sign!

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  6. Digital wallpaper? Goodness you are clever.
    Love that sign. I suspect the number of flies was underestimaged though. There seem to be that many at most barbecues.

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    1. I don't think I'm clever. I just taught myself, I fiddle and it never ceases to amaze me what happens.
      Surely there are more flies at certain times of the year.

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  7. Nice wallpaper and I like what you did with the Europe and the Australia map.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. Thanks regarding the Wallpaper.
      I found the comparison of Europe and Australian map on the internet.

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  8. I would not know where to start to make digital art. The Glendambo sign is funny.

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    1. I didn't know where to start once with digital art. Fiddling helped but then I had time in the evening to 'fiddle', it progressed from there.
      Good sign :)

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  9. Glendambo! Amusing census sign. The humans and the sheep would be correct, but I have my doubts about the flies. Probably at times a couple of more "noughts" could be added!! ha ha.
    The map comparison should wake up people from the northern hemisphere as to just how large Australia is and that about 80% has very little population, that being clearly shown on your recent trip on the western side of our continent - the Eastern seaboard has nearly all our inhabitants.
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. Many flies Colin, far too many at certain times of the year.
      I often put a map on my blog with comparisons - last one was similar.
      I do think that Australians that have travelled in the bush can totally understand that sign.

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  10. I knew Australia was large but not large enough to hold Europe. Now I know.
    I like your wallpaper. Only 30 humans are in that town!

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    1. The damn flies of Glendambo keep eating any new inhabitants.
      It is a shocking state of affairs and the damn Government will not step in and do anything about it!!! (Just joking - Aussies have a great sense of propriety when it comes to humour!!)
      Cheers
      Colin ( Breeder of pedigreed bush flies)

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    2. John, we went through a town which had a motel/hotel that only had 8 humans living there :)

      It's really amazing how large Australia is, and the distance that those of us that travel to see a part of it.

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  11. I love the good old Aussie humour in the Glendambo sign.

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    1. I love that type of humour too - great for we Australians.

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  12. I set photos as my wallpaper on my phone, the boys like to change it to something from Five Nights of Freddy don't ask I don't know it is some bloody game or video they like.

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    1. So many people are always changing their Wallpapers that's good - for the are rather neat at times.

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  13. Love the wallpaper. Im always changing mine. The sign made me laugh. Have a great weekend. what's left of it.
    Lisa

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  14. Your phone wallpaper is gorgeous! I like the Europe/Australia comparison, reminds me just how vast my country is.
    With 2,000,000 flies, maybe I won't be visiting Glendambo. At least until they discover fly spray (*~*)

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    1. Thanks re wallpaper :)
      Flies in the outback, some places as you know have more than other places :)

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