Using photos rather than "art"
hylkebons at gmail.com
Thu Aug 7 00:50:24 UTC 2008
The air balloons in one of the earlier releases were very nice.
2008/8/7 Ian Weller <ianweller at gmail.com>
> On Wed, Aug 06, 2008 at 04:24:57PM -0500, Bob Peterson wrote:
> > I was wondering if Fedora could have a photo for its
> > main background screen. As an amateur photographer, I have several
> > "scenery" photos I've taken that may be suitable, and I'm willing to
> > donate. Some even have a nice blue theme. For example:
> Very nice :D
> I'm sure this will spark a major discussion on whether photography,
> realism, or abstract art is better for the Fedora wallpapers. I,
> personally, am for abstract art, namely because I think Linux is more
> abstract than other operating systems. (Not that it makes it bad or
> anything) ;)
> I wouldn't be against photography or realism as wallpaper, though. I
> just have a strong preference for abstract stuff.
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