I’m now offering free downloads on davidroddis.com (Florian). These are designed to add some beauty to your desktop and to ensure that I’m never far from your thoughts…!
“White Flowers” is a screensaver which I compiled from a selection of, you guessed it, white flowers from several of my collections. If that wasn’t beautiful enough, I’ve accompanied them with two movements from Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony – which you can mute or even replace with a preferred playlist of your own (these options are given during set-up). The screensaver, once installed (a very simple process), will activate after a certain period of computer inactivity – this depends of course on how you’ve configured this; and your computer awakens from its flowery, Beethoven-y dream with a mere touch of the mouse, or with the ESC key. It also accommodates nicely to a two-monitor set up.
If you’re not the multimedia type, you can also download images to use as wallpaper for your desktop.
The screensaver is a program (executable) file, so on a Windows computer your download may prompt a scary warning from the system or any antivirus program you have. I assure you that the presentation doesn’t contain any malicious code – it’s just a slideshow with music. You can safely disregard these warnings.
If you decide that you’d like to express your appreciation, you can return to the screensaver page and donate $2 or $5 using the links provided. These donations are completely optional and are not required for any download. Any funds you donate will go towards my costs of materials, inks, paper, entry fees for art shows, and other expenses such as online hosting and domains.
Here’s the link for the downloads page: