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Carmel, California Screen 
SaverCarmel, California Mission Screen Saver

Father Junipero Serra founded the Mission in beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea, California in 1771.  The Carmel Mission (officially named San Carlos Borromeo De Carmelo Mission) is a wonderful example of California Mission art and architecture.  It fell into ruin until Harry John Downie was appointed curator and began renovations around 1931.  BlackDog's Carmel Mission Screen Savers contain selected original images of the Mission.

Because the images are so large, there are two different Carmel Mission screen savers and both are great.  You may download both and enjoy them as long as you like - they're free.  If you would like to help BlackDog, click the donation button below so BlackDog can continue giving things like these screen savers away for free.

To download the screen savers:  Click the image of the version of the screen saver you want.  Scroll down or click here for installation and uninstallation directions and BlackDog's terms of use. 

Carmel, California Mission v. 1
18 images
Carmel, California Mission v. 1
Carmel, California Mission v. 2
18 images
Carmel, California Mission v. 1

Click here for the matching Carmel Mission computer desktop wallpaper.

To learn more about the Carmel Mission, visit the Mission's website.  (A new web browser window will open when you click this link.  To return to BlackDog, close the new browser window.)

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BlackDog's Screen Saver Rules, Information and Sample Download:
  1. Kids - Always get permission from your folks before downloading anything from the internet!
  2. To run this screen saver you will need:
    Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP or NT 4.0 (or later)
    256 color display (minimum)
    16 mb RAM
  3. To install the screen saver, double click the file name after it has completely downloaded to your computer.  Be sure to remember where you save the file!  You will not be able to install the screen saver from its internet location.
  4. To uninstall the screen saver, click the "My Computer" icon on your desktop, then "Control Panel," then "Add/Remove Programs."  Find the name of the screen saver, highlight it and click "Remove."  Or, follow your own computer's instructions for uninstalling programs.
  5. Viruses?  The screen saver files on BlackDog have been scanned for viruses and are virus-free.  If you think you got a computer virus from one of BlackDog's screen savers, you did not download the file from this site.
  6. Cost?  The screen savers on BlackDog are free.  Some of the screen savers have a download fee (usually $2.00), which must be paid before the file can be downloaded.  This small fee supplements income from the banner advertisements and helps pay for everything on BlackDog.  These files are marked with a "$" sign.
  7. Rules
    1. Do not post these screen savers on any other website, newsgroup, or FTP for people to download.  If you do, people won't come to visit BlackDog themselves, the banner ads that pay for everything won't be displayed, and BlackDog won't be able to afford to give things away anymore.
    2. Do not download the screen saver and then email the file to all your friends -- for the same reason.  Just give your friends the url of this web page and they can download it themselves just as easily as you can email it to them.
    3. Do not link directly to the screen saver downloads on BlackDog from your web site.  Again, put the link to this web page, please.  In addition to cutting off BlackDog's income, when you do that it ties up our server, slows everything down, and makes BlackDog very unhappy.  (BlackDog changes the names of things frequently to make sure people don't do it, too.)
  8. Download a sample screen saver (4 images) from here.
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