Mine's an homage to memes (a work in progress ):
I love it lisab!
Now we just have to re-equip Moonbear's kitty with a raygun in place of the sniper rifle and insert it. It's a new movie in the offing: "Fur Wars".
I tend to have a new one every week, currently it is this one: little sumo in love
I use a version of this picture (scaled to just the right size for my monitor), which I took during my first trip to Europe, while I was a college student.
This is a picture I took on my phone when I was on a picnic nothing special really.
I use an SDSS image of M51, since interacting galaxies of that type are my research specialty.
http://hera.ph1.uni-koeln.de/~heintzma/EndSt/Messier/bilder/M51SDSS.jpe [Broken] Just Google "SDSS pretty pictures" and there it is!
the bamboo forest that comes with Vista
I almost never see my background; either PF, Google, or Adventure Quest (or sometimes all of them) is always up and running full screen. I just open new windows over top of them to access other functions. It is, however, the pretty purplish color spray (sort of like a nebula crossed with the Northern Lights) that comes with Tiger. My screen-saver is also a Tiger inclusion: shifting space scenes.
I've had the same background for several months; I don't remember when I changed it to the current one, but I couldn't even tell you what it is without minimizing.
It's one of the default Windows pictures of an up close picture of a leaf.
Mostly just a white background.
Congratulations! You have brought a new dimension to the term "oxymoron".
You have pretty funny-shaped monitor...
These are all great pix .
Mine's plain black.
From back in 2003... My cat used to help me use my computer.
Currently this, but I have a folder of pics for backgrounds.
Stonehenge on work PC.
My home PC has a desktop image of Baltoro Glacier.
The Hubble Deep Field image - a constant reminder of my place in the universe.
I usually have this Bora Bora photo, but I change it up sometimes.
That looks like the lagoon in one of the chat backgrounds.
Here's another Hubble shot - really spectacular!
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