QotD: Desktop Show and Tell

What is your current computer desktop image? Let's see it!

[![iMac Desktop](https://i2.wp.com/adam.tinworth.org.s42723.gridserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/08/6a00d8341da3af53ef0133f38978ff970b-120pi.png?w=525 "iMac Desktop")](http://kingdomcome.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341da3af53ef0133f38978ff970b-pi "iMac Desktop") [![iBook Desktop](https://i2.wp.com/adam.tinworth.org.s42723.gridserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/08/6a00d8341da3af53ef0133f389791e970b-120pi.png?w=525 "iBook Desktop")](http://kingdomcome.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341da3af53ef0133f389791e970b-pi "iBook Desktop")

I like my desktop images fairly plain and uncluttered. I often have Apple's own images up, which meet that standard fairly nicely. Right now, though, I have a couple of my own photos. On the iBook (left) I have a details of a rock seen while walking in South Devon with Lorna Tinworth, Rev Stan and Mosh.

On the iMac I have a slightly abstract view of the London Eye, grabbed while walking along the Embankment one afternoon, on the way back from a meeting somewhere or another. I like them both because they work as images when on full display, but don't distract the eye when the poke out from behind an application.

Adam Tinworth

Living somewhere in the blogging/journalism intersection, and not particularly bothered about making a choice.

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