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Alternative Win7 Wallpaper

Windows Seven comes with a set of wallpapers with this fish blowing bubbles as the default. I thought I'd make my own version of that wallpaper, with a bit more balls (not literally).

If you want to, think of the shark as the millions of ways Windows has been and will be pirated. Ah, poetic...

Windows 7 Wallpaper preview

Click on the image above to get the full size (not cropped) version for your desktop background.

Check this out

BLACK version of the windows 7 shark wallpaper

Find the original Windows 7 wallpapers here.

Access hidden Windows 7 Wallpapers here.



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Comment by Ralph van den Berg

Posted on 4 March, 2009
If anybody else has some cool alternatives that you want to share, let me know, and I'll start a whole gallery here....

Comment by Antonius L. Zubeck

Posted on 1 June, 2009
Hey I know you deserve the credit, but is it possible for me to get a non-watermarked version of this? I'm not gonna redistribute.

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