Time for some new wallpapers. This time sunset is the topic, while none of the photos shows the sun itself. Even the latest picture, taken on Munich’s “Stachus”, only has an artificial sun plus lense reflections. The silhouettes were captured on the hill in Olympiapark. Many people were there to watch the fading light from above.
Some new high-definition wallpapers. Subject this time is wood. The first three wallpapers are more texture-like, while the last two show also objects: a conifere and a green bottle. All images are photos taken myself, cropped and a little edited with the free image editing software Paint.NET. (I pretty much like the photo filters…)
More colourless desktop wallpapers: this time in all glorious grey tones. As usual they all have full high-definition resolution. The first picture (im)perfect day is a reprise of one of my favourite pictures called perfect day I already released some time ago.
After the colourful wallpapers the last time I wanted to make something more monochromatic. At the moment I am using a dark—not to say black—visual theme (Black XP), so I went for white wallpapers. Here they are in Full HD resolution 1920×1080:
Update (2011-05-11): 5 new pictures in More white desktop wallpapers.
Update (2012-09-29): 5 more pictures, in tablet-compatible 2048×2048 resolution in New white desktop wallpapers.
This time the footage for these wallpapers in Full HD resolution origins from the Museum of Man and Nature in Munich. It is located in the Northern part of Nymphenburg palace. The museum became widely known for its exhibition of the brown bear JJ1, called Bruno in the German press.
Apart from some stuffed animals in impressive sceneries the museum deals with the origin of the universe, the solar system and earth. Additionally it houses a fantastic interactive exhibition on both local and exotic animals and plants—not only—for children.
Third and finally it houses a fantastic collection of crystals and fossil stones, which I photographed, cropped and uploaded here. I hope you like them and leave a comment if they land on your desktop.