This week we've got a collection of wallpapers that look out into the distance, admiring nature — whether it's photographed or illustrated.
Getting a nice shot of the moon is a hard thing to do, but it's definitely beautiful when you succeed. This is one excellent example and makes for a great wallpaper, too.
Submitted by Aditya G.
This point in Angeles National Forest has since burned in a fire, but it is forever preserved as your next wallpaper.
For those of you who prefer your nature to be more of the illustrated variety, David Lanham provides this seascape featuring a lucky piece of coral? Why is it lucky? I have no idea, but according to Lanham's description it seems to be because you found it.
Fortunately this desktop calls itself twilight in the more literal sense and isn't rampant with angsty teenage vampires. The calm lake provides a serene desktop for those of you who need to relax (particularly you angsty teenage vampires).
Great photos don't always make for great desktops because they're too detailed or complex. This cityscape by Andrea Ciambra sits entirely in the bokeh (the out of focus part of the photo) providing you with the beauty of the city sans the distraction.
Republished from Lifehacker