I’ve been fiddling about this week with personalizing the Windows 7 desktop. One task was creating some high-def backgrounds from my collection of photography. I came across a few pics I had taken that seemed to work very well at 1920 x 1200 resolution, so I cropped them and then saved them in a folder that Windows shuffles through at 30-minute intervals.
I’ve made five shots available for public access on my Windows Live Photos page, partially as a test to see how well the download process works for the public. Here’s my favorite:
You’ll have to look at the full-size image to appreciate that those objects in the center are radio telescopes in the Very Large Array near Socorro, New Mexico. Here are direct links for the whole series:
(And before you ask, no, there’s no Wallpaper_3.)
If you have any feedback on the images or the process of downloading them, leave it in the comments below.
And one more, a very eerie landscape from Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument.