Assuming you switch your desktop wallpaper periodically, where are your favorite places to download the wallpapers?
I used to change out my desktop wallpaper a lot more often when I a) had a desktop computer vs. a laptop and b) wasn't a parent yet and apparently biologically wired to have a photo of my kidlet on my screen much of the time. ;-)
Just several of my favorite desktop wallpaper sites / locations, off the top of my head:
NASA / Spaceflight: http://mediaarchive.ksc.nasa.gov/ among many other NASA websites; your tax dollars at work; public domain!
Gaming http://www.gamewallpapers.com/ (this is where my husband gets ALL his wallpapers, but years ago I emailed the site and lobbied for them to add a "CyberDUDES" section for us gamer gals, and they did -- so I do occasionally run one of theirs in homage:
I know there's A LOT more out there, especially for multiple monitor folks, so please do share! :-)
Answer by Mihkel · Oct 02, 2010 at 02:50 PM
Deviantart and interfacelift are good places, but a another one is http://desktopography.net (you've got to click on the front page). You can get some pretty awesome wallpapers from there. I mostly prefer interfacelift and desktopography.
I usually download a lot of wallpapers at once and stack them up for later use. I change my wallpaper at least twice a month, unless it's something very unique.
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