Wallpaper July 2012 – Palace of Fine Art, San Francisco, CA

Wallpaper for July 2012 – Palace of Fine Art, San Francisco, CA

The July 2012 desktop wallpaper is now available for download in the top six most popular screen resolution sizes and proportions.  Please select the one closest to your screen size and proportions for the best fit. On a PC, right click and then “save target as..”, on Mac just Click to open the image, then right click and choose “save as desktop image”. If it’s not quite the right shape or size you may have to choose “stretch to fit”.  If it doesn’t look quite right you may have to chose another size that’s closer to the proportions of your screen.

Download July 2012 wallpaper below:

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The photograph was sort of an accident, and almost never happened.  We were in San Francisco for the Google Plus Conference for Photographers, and had arrived a few days early to see a little bit of the city.  I was hoping to get a good sunset shot of the Golden Gate bridge but the light just wasn’t great that night.   On the way to the beach however, we passed the Palace of Fine Art.  The building is a fascinating structure, that looks like it belongs in Rome or Paris.  The architecture is very European, and was built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition.  The pond in front adds a nice reflection, and at night it’s stunning once it’s all lit up.

If you want to purchase a print of this image, or any of the past 2012 desktop wallpaper images just go to the gallery here.   If you want to see a few more images of the Palace of Fine Art, view them here on my Google Plus gallery.

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