We are excited to present our list of 15 handpicked nature wallpapers.
The Little Prince once said, “One loves the sunset when one is sad”. He can watch the sunset plenty of times each day. When was the last time you stopped to appreciate the sunset’s beauty?
I wish I could touch you and look you eye-to-eye – you beautiful creature in the wild. But you are untamed and if I move one step closer, I’d be sure to scare you away. So I held my breath, and adore you from a distance.
Delicate blooms that are used as a symbol of love. Different colors have different meanings. They say that pink tulips symbolize affection while the darker red tulips are a declaration of romantic love.
4. Yellow Tulips
And yellow tulips symbolize bright, happy days!
Trees have a way of preparing for the coming of the cold winter months. They allow their leaves to fall, and the leaves never fail of making a grand, unforgettable exit.
6. Monarch Butterfly
Despite their delicate appearance, Monarch Butterflies are sturdy, little creatures most noted for their great late summer to autumn migration.
7. Lavender Field
Do you long to see a field of lavender as beautiful as this?
Poppies- they’re pretty to look at but there’s so much more beyond what the eyes behold.
Oh, there’s something about seeing a rainbow across the sky that instantly lights up the heart.
Have you seen and experienced the Niagara Falls – one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World?
Would you like to see the world from a flying balloon?
I long to spend a day with you – daydreaming nice dreams and blowing Dandelions.
13. Clown Fish
Just in case you didn’t know, that adorable animated fish named Nemo from the movie of the same title is a specie of Clown Fish – a common clownfish to be exact.
14. Butterfly Fish
Speaking of fish, here’s a beautiful fish with a white and yellow striped body. Like the clown fish, the butterfly fish is immune to the sea anemone’s poison.
Do you enjoy snorkeling or deep sea diving? Try it out once and be amazed by the colorful and marvelous abundance of life under the sea.