Wallpaper of the Week: Sun Breaking Over Field of Sunflowers


This weeks wallpaper is an image of the sun breaking through a cloud bank lighting up a field of sunflowers. A line of trees in the background is a nice division between field and sky. If your in the northern hemisphere and are at a latitude that experiences winter, this might be a welcome respite and a pop of color during the cold months. Icons do well for the most part on this background.

This wallpaper comes in a wide range of image resolutions including widescreen, standard, and mobile devices and tablets. You can use this background on desktop computers, laptops, mobile devices, tablets and other devices, just install it using the directions for your specific device or browser.

Field of sunflowers

Download Sun Breaking Over Field of Sunflowers Wallpaper

What's on my monitor at the moment?
Shooting star and northern lights over Glacier National Park
Shooting star and northern lights Glacier Bay

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I'll probably never use the sunflower wallpaper as a desktop image as is, but it's just begging for some text in a couple of areas, so it's going onto my one of many todo lists.

Oh, you know, there is room for some text. :)

Love Gizmo freeware, keep up the Outstanding work, also like the pic of Sunflowers is great, but incorrect, Sunflowers always Face the Sun, not like the pic shows.

Thanks....and you're right about the sunflowers. A bit of image manipulation going on there, but it makes for a nice wallpaper. :)

Maybe these are mature sunflowers, Rhiannon.

According to this article, "Mature sunflowers finally stop displaying heliotropism when they start to develop seeds and therefore droop from the weight of these seeds. They end up mostly facing east from this point in their lifecycle on."

Quite obvious for some mature and drooping sunflowers shown in the wallpaper :)

Thanks Jojo, that's an interesting article.They do have droopy heads.