Faraway castles, artistic stone bridges, winding country roads, snow-capped mountains, colorful wildflowers, and ancient woodlands — the melange of nature and man-made architectural wonders can't be precisely described in words.
1. Of Castles and Stone Bridges
Did you know that the red color in fall leaves is the result of the anthocyanin pigment?
2. Wild Flowers
The Death Valley in the USA also has its own share of wildflower blooms, provided that the conditions are perfect. In this case, what would you give to stroll around this valley of wildflowers?
3. Playerunknown's Battlegrounds
Seeing this wallpaper, the first thing that comes to my mind is Playerunknown's Battlegrounds. This game is a PvP arena game where the player has to fight each other to be the last man standing.
4. Giants in the Background
Vortex Bladeless, a Spanish company has a unique take on windmills. As suggestive of its name, the Vortex windmills will be blade-less.
5. Stories of Windmills and Fresh Flowers
Speaking of windmills, it would be a shame to skip mentioning the traditional Dutch windmills. A quintessential part of the Dutch landscape, there are over a thousand mills dotting the pretty-as-a-picture landscape of the Netherlands.
6. How Green Was My Valley
A new survey reports that there are over 400 million hectares of unreported forest in the world.
7. The Hills Are Alive
What is more beautiful? The blue mountains, the castle or the enthralling lake? We'd love to hear from you.
8. That Shade of Yellow
Sunshine yellow is the color associated with joy and energy and as Vincent van Gogh puts it — there is no blue without yellow and without orange.
9. Bring on the Colors!
Did you know that the leaves of the Sugar Maple exhibit a complete color cycle? The leaves change over from green to red and eventually exhibiting a brief yellow and orange hue in between.
10. The Lost Road
Did you know that the ancient Carthaginians are credited as the first ones to maintain a road system?
11. Rolling Meadows
There are few things which calm you down as the enchanting scenery of rolling meadows dotted with shrubs and trees.
12. Stone Cabin or Wooden Cabin?
An enchanted Narnia-style castle with moss covered roof is probably enough to make you want to leave the city life if you ask me.
So, which wallpaper made its way to your desktop? Let us know in comments.