If you don't have a window in your high-rise cubicle, I recommend the nightlife background from the second set, which captures the idea of a skyline in a new way.So why nature wallpapers in the first place? Ben Williams, a UK based corporate psychologist theorized in the early 2000s that your desktop wallpaper was a look into your personality and priorities, because we use our computer to carve out a space for ourselves in our work environments.
"It says this is my territory; look how exciting or dramatic it is," he said.
My current desktop background is a series of geometrics squares — which doesn't bode well for my personality assessment. I won't promise that changing your background to one of DesignLoveFest's current offerings will scream: "I'm a nature nut!" — but they're gorgeous and worth a look.