This is a photograph I took a while ago of a flooded river in the evening. The long exposure blurred out the water and gave a nice effect.
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Smokey+SVG?content=62338. This is my old Metacity theme I made in 2007, this uses some original graphics for the window buttons.
This wallpaper is the oldest one on my Gnome-look page, it is a nice wallpaper made with a photograph of giant gas pipes and a lot of work with the Gimp. http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GNU%2BLinux+Pipes?content=109250. It has been ages since I made a wallpaper with the Gimp like this, I really should create another nice artwork for the Linux desktop.
This wallpaper, the Night River artwork is another long exposure of a river in the evening. http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Night+River.?content=149207. I like the flooded river photograph better, but this one is still worth linking to.
My dirty lagoon photograph I think is pretty nice indeed, it was taken during the day, but the light was still just the right colour for a nice capture. http://www.securitronlinux.com/uncategorized/new-ubuntu-12-04-wallpaper-widescreen-this-time/.
And a city railway photograph is also nice for your desktop. This photograph has beautiful lighting: http://www.securitronlinux.com/bejiitaswrath/another-photograph-wallpaper-nice-linux-background/.
Lastly, but not least, here is a lovely landscape photograph with more lovely lighting as it was taken late in the afternoon. Winter is a better time for taking photographs than the harsh light of Summer.
http://www.securitronlinux.com/bejiitaswrath/landscape-linux-wallpaper-i-created-i-hope-you-find-this-useful/. If you are after more artistic wallpapers instead of photographs, then this website will really appeal to you.
The Space wallpapers website has a quality selection of space photography you may use as wallpaper. http://www.spacewallpapers.net/wallpapers/.
And the nice Suse Linux 9.2 wallpapers are all available in this noarch RPM file. http://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/opensuse/factory/noarch/gos-wallpapers-2010-9.2.noarch.html. OpenSuse 9.2 had some very nice wallpapers and it is nice to be able to get hold of them.