No need for pictures. A short description is fine. Mine is a pic of outer space because I love space and it's mainly dark so it's easy on my eyes. It's also easy to locate icons.
This awesome mountain lake.
Wow that's beautiful! Mine used to be the default Ubuntu background (on Windows, lol). I changed my background to this now. Thanks! :)
Current wallpaper from the Chinese New Year's event in Dota 2
Previous wallpaper that's fan art of a hero also from Dota 2
The TARDIS in space.
I change mine on average, 4 times a year. Gateway To Adventure is my current summer theme. . http://i.imgur.com/f6Du240.jpg
It's 2015 and you're still running a 4:3 monitor?
Bay Bridge (San Francisco)
A photo I took http://i.imgur.com/T6Q0Dbj.jpg
That looks nice. Where is it?
Top of a huge hill Very close to Inverurie in Aberdeenshire
Rise of the Tomb Raider
I try to use different pictures on my home and work computers, if for no other reason then to remember which one I'm on (I use RDP to access work from my home computer all the time).
Home: Picture I took of the ocean on my honeymoon.
Work: Beach picture with some LED light painting I saw on Reddit today.
Screen 1: A good afternoon on the beach, from my recent vacation. Screen 2: Sunset coloring clouds over the lake, same vacation.
Space stuff. Lately, New Horizon Pics.
A magical Sith unicorn :P
I rotate between cool abstract images.
A panoramc picture I took in Antigonish, Nova-Scotia, Canada.
point of decline
Mine is currently the surface of mars
Gremlins, obviously. I have way too many backgrounds for 'em.
But here's the one I use for my log in page
Every crew from JoJo's Bizzare adventure walking it out...
WoW Blood elf
I have a white anchor against a dark blue light blue background. Funny thing is I hated nautical themes as a kid now I love them.
Whatever Bing is using that day.
This is my current desktop background, and one I keep coming back to. I have three monitors, so it works especially well.
A rotation of pictures of plants, fungi and architecture that I found on Smugmug.
I don't have a link but at home it is a sailboat rotation from Microsoft and at work it is personal pictures rotating.
A compilation of pictures of places I've visited in California