Digital Photo Computer Wallpaper Desktop Screensaver - Second Valley CliffsDownload this Printable South Australian Digital Photo and turn your Computer Monitor Desktop or Laptop into a work of art as a Wallpaper Screensaver or use it as Printable Wall Art and print a stunning poster print ready for for framing**. (Personal Use Only)
Colonel William Light landed south of Second Valley from ‘The Rapid’, thus naming Rapid Bay, he travelled by ship’s gig next to ‘the Second Valley’, on 8th September 1836.The walk finishes on ‘the island’, the site of the 1855 wharf and later the fishing sheds, both now gone.
- Camera: Nikon DSLR
- File Type: .jpeg
- Digital Pixel Size
UHD (3840 x 2160) Great for Computer, Laptop, Small, TV's, Phone and Tablets.
This sizing is standard for most modern screens, but if you require a more rectangular version to suit just ask, and we will supply. Urban Garage Watermark is removed upon sale.
This is not a print, it is a digital photo file. Download and use as wallpaper on Computer Monitor.
Collect more of the series and create a pictroial slideshow or screen saver on you PC Desktop, Office Screen or TV at home.
The file will be available instantly upon payment!
(We will also include super simple instructions on how to install this onto your computer desktop)
Watermark removed upon sale.This image is from our gallery collection. We are authorised to sell this digital photo. It is 100% Original and was not downloaded from a royalty-free site. All rights reserved. Image for personal use only, thank you. For larger file sizes or prints, please contact us. *(HD = High Definition, UHD Ultra Hugh Definition) **(Files can be used for PERSONAL USE only! They cannot be resold or reproduced in any form without written permission or suitable licencing from the Urban Garage)
Second Valley Cliffs - Desktop Wallpaper Screensaver