Desktop Madness Vol. 99

This installment of Desktop Madness features a nature photograph which was good enough to fool me into thinking someone else had taken it!

Geez, have I really done 99 of these things? Wow.

Today’s wallpaper has a slightly amusing story to it. As you might know, I use John’s Background Switcher to cycle randomly through my entire wallpaper collection.

Well, the other day a picture came up in the rotation, I thought to myself, “gee that’s a nice picture, I should post it as a desktop madness entry.”

It took a few minutes for me to remember that actually, that was a picture I’d taken!

So anyway, here’s the photo that inspired this post. Enjoy!

tiny red leaves closeup

(Remember: you can download the full-size version from this picture’s Flickr page.)

Desktop Madness Vol. 98

Roses are #F0000, Violets are #0000F … you know the rest. Happy Valentine’s Day.

Can’t believe I’d never posted this one before.

Happy Valentine’s Day, Internet… may your memes never fade!

Desktop Madness Vol. 97

I always go a little crazy on Valentine’s Day… no special reason.

Oh, it’s that time of year again – Valentine’s day. So I guess I should put up some Valentine related wallpapers, eh?

What? Oh, by Valentine’s Day you didn’t mean Faye Valentine. Sorry, my bad.

Ok, ok, I’ll stop now.

…Enjoy your Valentine’s Day.

 

Desktop Madness Vol. 96

For the 96th Desktop Madness, a new take on a classic Mario character: Princess Peach.

I really like art in this style – sort of a grungy, stylized version of a character that is not normally drawn that way!

It’s always neat to see new takes on old characters. Also, it’s nice to see a picture of Princess Peach (who will always be Princess Toadstool to me, because I’m old school) that doesn’t have any pink in it.

Desktop Madness Vol. 95

A Desktop Madness post that features a picture I took myself for once!

For this 95th installment of Desktop Madness, here’s a wallpaper that I actually made myself!

mossy cascade

I took this photo when I was on a hike out at the Delaware Water Gap. Since this is one of my photos, it’s hosted over on Flickr, but you can still download the full-sized version from there.