Wallpaper of the Week: Lightning Over The Grand Canyon


This weeks wallpaper shows dual forks of lightning streaking down from dark, brooding purple-black skies to the rocks of the canyon below. Foreground rock formations are in sharp relief, with details fading with distance. This dramatic shot allows desktop icons to be very visible.

Image of dual forks of lightning streaking down from dark, brooding purple-black skies to the rocks of the canyon below.

This wallpaper comes in a wide range of image resolutions including widescreen, full screen, dual monitor, and mobile devices and tablets. Use the installation instructions for your specific device or browser.

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Love this one. Put it on my Bodhi Linux desktop. Thanks Rhiannon. :) MC - Site Manager.

Great looking desktop MC. Haven't heard of Bodhi Linux, looks interesting.

Bhodi Linux has quite a loyal following. At inception it used the E17 (Enlightenment) desktop but later releases of this introduced a lot of instability so the Bhodi developers decided to fork the last stable version of Enlightenment and so created the Moksha desktop used now. This is very different to your usual Gnome, Mate, KDE, Xfce etc., which makes it quite appealing. M.C - Site Manager.

OMG! Sinister, but beautiful! *applause*

Thank you, rhiannon! :-)

Hmmm, sinister isn't what came to mind when I saw it but it sure could fit - but then, I'm the one who has been been jumping up and down in excitement when thunderstorms roll in since before I could talk. :) Glad you like it. :)

Another stunning wallpaper! Thanks for the post and my new background :)

You're more than welcome. :)

A little dark but nice!

Here is one I ran for a while this week. http://imgur.com/LCoNMa4

Nice one! I've had these royal purple tulips on my desktop the last few days: https://imgur.com/MU9lOwg

It's almost impossible go wrong with wallpapers that show the power of nature. The main wallpaper tab at the site provided my screen resolution to 13 decimal points.....had to laugh at that.