Share Your Desktop – June 2022

It’s the middle of the month and that means it’s time to join in with Clare’s Share Your Desktop Challenge. I promised Clare a surprise and here it is: 2 DesktopsπŸ˜‚πŸ‘ I bought a new Gaming PC in late May and allocated my existing PC to photographic duties – hence the 2 desktops.

On my Gaming PC this month I have a screenshot from The Hunter – Call of the Wild. I have been getting back up to speed in this game now that I have a pc that doesn’t suffer from periodic stuttering. The shot was taken on one of the base game reserves – Layton Lakes…


…Layton Lakes is set somewhere in the state of Oregon. You can hunt Blacktail, Whitetail, Moose and Black Bear on the reserve and some other species too. If you look very closely, there is a Moose lying down, right of centre, just beyond the reedbed in the distance. All the while as you roam the reserve you will be seeing some wonderful vistas. With views like this I’m happy even if I don’t happen to shoot anything bigger than a RabbitπŸ˜…

On the Photography PC I have a photo taken at Clapham Junction on a very wet morning…

5724 at Clapham Junction

…Whilst the Southern Railway have withdrawn all of their Class 455 units, around half of the South Western Railway’s 455’s are still in active daily service as problems continue with the class 701 units that are their replacement. Here, 5724 enters the station on a Waterloo-Kingston-Richmond-Waterloo loop service. The passengers on the platform add a little intrigue – where are they going and why are they wearing dayglow jackets. I think they were probably on an advertising mission with a trolley full of leaflets to hand out. They seemed a little uncertain whether the train was going to Waterloo, so I guess they don’t travel through Clapham Junction very often πŸ˜‰ Anyway, I hope to be out and about on a few of these Class 455 units again later this week,πŸ‘


  1. Oh, what a delightful surprise, Martin πŸ₯°. I wasn’t sure what you were planning, but never imagined you’d be spoiling me with two desktop images. Thank you, thank you.

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