September wallpapers are here, in both 2560×1600 and 1280×853. *The first versions I posted gave you one extra day, which is good for some but confusing the rest of the world. They’re fixed now.
I shot this in Iceland in the driving rain, with a 24mm/3.5 tilt/shift lens. So struck by the vastness of space in Iceland, and the almost tiny influence of man on the landscape, I decided to explore some of those themes. This is one of my favourite images from that trip, and it now hangs large – 40×60 – on canvas in my home. You can explore all the Iceland images, and my process in creating them, on September 9th when we launch the next eBook in the Craft & Vision library.
I’m off to Ladakh, Thailand, and the Kathmandu valley on Sept.10. After that it gets quiet, but I promise I’ll check in when I can with a postcard.
Click the image above for the smaller wallpaper. Click HERE for the larger one. And if you want one for the iPad, sans monthly calendar, click the iPad:
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Fascinating image, David. Love the contrast between the feeling of remoteness and the connectivity of the powerlines
Wonderful. If I win the iPad contest, will you put on there for me?
Yah! Finally a local wallpaper 🙂 Looking forward to see my country through your viewfinder!
Did you go to this pool ?
It’s a natural hot pool with streaming hot water from the mountain, the surroundings are all black due to the heavy ashfall from the recent eruption.
Beautiful. love the subtlety in the tones and landscape. Really translates the vastness you want to express, as well as a feeling of closeness that the mist brings.
Beautiful picture…just happened on your site looking for wallpapers. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful photo David. The soft toning adds to the mystery and isolation in the shot.
Yea.. and that would have throw my flight plans to Kathmandu all off! Great photograph.
Mike – Actually, it’s a HUGE deal. That’s a WHOLE DAY! And I’ve just updated it. Thank you for pointing it out!
Love the picture! Not a huge deal… but there’s only 30 days in September 🙂
Love this months wallpaper. An instant favourite!
Fantastic photo David…totally my desktop wallpaper this month!
Thanks, David. I always look forward to these.
that is one impressive and beautiful image. Thank you for sharing it!
All the best from Munich, Germany