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Friday, March 18th, 2011
Thomas Hardy Statue
Thomas Hardy Statue

We at DBID are delighted to be able to offer a fantastic selection of photographs for you to download as screensavers or wallpapers, completely free of charge!

Here in Dorchester we are fortunate enough to be surrounded by rich history, beauty and places of interest wherever we look.

We’ve taken images of some of the best-loved and most spectacular features from around the town, both new and old, and created a superb collection of photographs that is available to all.

Many of these sights will be instantly familiar to you, but we hope we’ve captured them in such a way that the photos will still stir your imagination and help you to see the town for the unique and wonderful place it is.

High Street
High Street

If you live or work in Dorchester, you will know how beautiful and arresting the town looks at all times of the year – whether it is blanketed by soft white snow in the midst of winter, or basking in the gorgeous summer sunshine. That’s why we’ve collected images from every season, because we feel that the town needs to be seen all year round to be truly appreciated.

From sights stepped in history, like Dorset Museum and The Keep, to new iconic buildings such as Brownsword Hall in Poundbury, we’ve created a selection of photographs that attempts to do justice to the sheer wealth of colour, beauty and diversity contained within our small town.

Our thanks must go to Keir Francis for providing us with these fantastic photographs, as well as to Brian Keene for the aerial shots. They are all entirely free to download as a screensaver or a wallpaper, however if you would like to use them for another purpose, we would ask you to first get in touch with Keir via email at keir@insitement.co.uk in order to obtain permission.

To use our photographs as screensavers/wallpapers, simply go to our free screensavers page and follow the instructions on the page.  You can let us know what you think of the images via the DBID Twitter page, or send an email to Phil at philg@dorchesterdorset.co.uk

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