I just realized that my last Wallpaper website recommendation dates a while back and thought it would be nice to give everyone the opportunity to add some new wallpapers to their collection. The website that I'm going to introduce is called My HD Wallpapers although that title might be a bit misleading because wallpapers are available in many different sizes on the website.
More than 8000 images are currently hosted on the website offered in different formats and resolutions of up to 2560x1600. The pictures are categorized in albums with the usual assortment of celebrities, cars, landscapes but also abstract images and vector wallpapers.
A click on a category loads either subcategories or the first batch of 15 images that are shown per page. The images are displayed as thumbnails and another click loads the image giving the user the option to download it directly to his computer. A pulldown menu offers different resolutions of the currently selected image.
I did spend nearly an hour on the website and I was able to grab a few nice images for my wallpaper collection.
Update: Please note that the website is no longer available. We have removed the link from the article as it makes no sense to keep it up any longer. You can check out our wallpaper site recommendations which lists a couple of high quality repositories that you can visit to download images to your system.
Included here are only high quality destinations like Flickr, Deskcity or Interfacelift which offer thousands upon thousands of wallpaper images to choose from.
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