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Stunningly beautiful high resolution photos from OS X

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einsteinbqat    183

If you have Mountain Lion, open Finder, and point it to this address
/System/Library/Frameworks/ScreenSaver.Framework/Versions/A/Resources/Default Collections/
 
On Mavericks: /Library/Screen Savers/Default Collections

Or download here : http://www.4shared.c...HDDesktops.html
 
Copy them all to your Pictures folder or elsewhere, and enjoy the high resolution (3200 x 2000) photos. They really are beautiful.
 
Enjoy! :)

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CPressland    176

Nice find dude!

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einsteinbqat    183

I have put them all in a folder, and they are now randomly displayed as desktop wallpaper, changing every 5 minutes.

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PyX    140

Not in Mavericks :(

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Dot Matrix    7,164

Care to upload them?

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Ambroos    803

Care to upload them?

 

I'm not a fan of these file sharing sites but this is the real deal and it's reasonably fast: http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/76715389/file.html (the captcha gives you the download link).

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mkol    72

I am on windows can you upload them somewhere please?

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einsteinbqat    183

Care to upload them?
 

I am on windows can you upload them somewhere please?

 

Download here : removed on request

 

 

Not in Mavericks :(

 

It should be located here : /Library/Screen Savers/Default Collections

Edited by Neobond
too many megabytes!
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PyX    140

Spot on ! They're great !

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Steven P.    8,826

Thanks!

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Pam14160    306

Thank you for the download. . .very nice.

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xreyuk    13

Cheers for this, downloaded :)

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einsteinbqat    183

Indeed. The photos are really great. On my 27-inch screen, they look amazing. I have been staring at my screen quite a few times since last Thursday. LOL :D

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compl3x    6,263

The Lioness with the cub is adowable

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Wannes    33

How can I edit my original post to include the location of the photos on OS X Mavericks, and my Dropbox link that I posted in a later post?

 

 

You can't. There is a 30 minute timeframe for editing posts.

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Xerxes    182

Thanks for the awesome find! (Y) :happy:

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PGHammer    239

Not in Mavericks :(

If you dual-boot ML and Mavericks (which, as long as you have the disk space is far from difficult) you can use the same pictures as wallpaper in Mavericks as well.

 

Apple (like Microsoft) has habitually included several fantastic background wallpapers with the OS (typically the GM bits - which is why Mavericks doesn't have them yet); that they did so with ML (as was the case with Lion, Snow Leopard, and even Leopard beforehand) is FAR from surprising.

 

The fun factor is taking that same collection of desktop backgrounds and copying them to an NTFS partition, so you can use them as wallpaper in *Windows*.

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einsteinbqat    183

It is in Mavericks.

 

I posted the location in a previous post.

 

If you dual-boot ML and Mavericks (which, as long as you have the disk space is far from difficult) you can use the same pictures as wallpaper in Mavericks as well.

 

Apple (like Microsoft) has habitually included several fantastic background wallpapers with the OS (typically the GM bits - which is why Mavericks doesn't have them yet); that they did so with ML (as was the case with Lion, Snow Leopard, and even Leopard beforehand) is FAR from surprising.

 

The fun factor is taking that same collection of desktop backgrounds and copying them to an NTFS partition, so you can use them as wallpaper in *Windows*.

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Brian M.    773

How can I edit my original post to include the location of the photos on OS X Mavericks, and my Dropbox link that I posted in a later post?

 

:shiftyninja:

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einsteinbqat    183

I didn't think that it would be this popular! Dropbox just told me it's been downloaded way too often! LOL

:shiftyninja:

Will have to put the file elsewhere! You'll have to update my post again later!

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