Hey Mountain Lion users!
Did you know that OS X Mountain Lion includes 44 new, beautiful high resolution wallpapers?
They're hidden inside the four new screen savers and feature some truly stunning scenery from National Geographic, the Hubble space telescope, and some amazing photographers. But you can use them as wallpapers too!
Here’s how to access these on your Mac:
• From the Finder, hit Command+Shift+G (or choose Go To Folder from the Go menu) and enter the following path exactly:
• Open any of the the four directories: 1-National Geographic, 2-Aerial, 3-Cosmos, 4-Nature PatternsCode:/System/Library/Frameworks/ScreenSaver.Framework/Versions/A/Resources/Default Collections/
• Right-click on the desired background image and choose "Set Desktop Picture"
Tom (... ohhh... pretty!)