What is the first thing you do when you visit another country? Chances are that you visit tourist destinations. You basically explore what naturally occurs in a specific area rather than what man has built himself. No matter how much of historical importance a building or monument may be, naturally occurring destinations are always preferred over them. And this might sound rather conventional, but it does happen to be the truth, despite the fact that we live in the twenty-first century. It is very natural to be amused and stare with awe at God’s finest wonders. Like Albert Einstein has said:
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
Nature is intellect, it is wisdom. It is God showing His signs around the Earth. And even if you have reverted towards atheism, or are not that spiritual, nature is the perfect representation of life, it is not flawless, but still happens to be functional and beautiful in most cases. Similarly, as Ralph Waldo Emerson has said, “Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.” These nature wallpaper are a practical representation of these concepts.
Emerson here metaphorically combined nature with the spirit. What so ever occurs naturally is the perfect representation of what the spirit wants to experience. We have been experiencing the importance of nature through the years; bushes and trees- the finest shades of green, hills and valleys with the sonorous sound of water-ripples echoing, birds and animals in their happy place. It is just inevitably beautiful. One cannot help but be naturally attracted and sense rehabilitation with nature or things inspired by nature around oneself.
We all are pretty much aware of the fact that the easiest way to have our Personal Computers or Laptops look a little more put-together is by setting the desktop background as a photograph or digital drawing of scenery, mainly comprising of some hillsides, greenery, teal-blue ethereal rivers and skies partly cloudy with pearl white and fluffy clouds.
But that is not all to that, I’m pretty sure half of us think of the classic Microsoft wallpaper with clouds and fields, and just in case you did not know, it is actually called “Bliss”. It was taken in 1996 by Charles O’Rear, who used to be a photographer for National Geographic. The place is Los Carneros American Viticultural Area of Sonoma County, California, United States. Later, the engineers from the Microsoft licensed it from the photographer. Almost everyone who has owned a Personal Computer from the years 2001 till 2008 is guaranteed to have had this picture as their desktop background.
But now, times have changed. We are sure that you will have these nature wallpapers from now on. We can see several photographic Instagram feeds, tempted to mention Connor Franta, but there is more to that as well. We have a variety of nature photographs to set as our wallpapers. We have amazing real-time and digitized versions of landscape photographs of sceneries which we can set up as our wallpaper. And it is almost everyone’s forte.