Time to Freshen Your View? Free Colorado Wallpaper!

Free Colorado Wallpaper

HowHighCanYoufly-KristalKraft-16x9 Colorado views have inspired me ever since I saw, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” when I was in 8th grade!  The beauty of Colorado impressed me so much, I never forget it while growing up.  It wasn’t until I was in my 20′s that I had the chance to move to Colorado. Of course I jumped at the opportunity and the rest is history!

These days I like to spend my time in pursuit of Colorado’s awesome sights.  Over the years I’ve managed to amass quite a collection of images, most of them reside on a hard drive, not visible for appreciation.

Well I’m going to change that!

I want to share my pictures with anyone who would like to “redecorate their life!”  I will be posting images each month (maybe more often if I can find the time) to this site.  The images will be formatted for you to use as wallpaper/screensaver as you wish.  If you want to share, please do!

Where can I download this image?

I’ve provided three different sizes for these images. You may download them to your computer or mobile device depending upon the screen size.  Feel free to share them with friends and relatives.  Follow this Link To Colorado Wallpaper

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How High Can You Fly?

The yellow balloon image was taken at the Annual Erie Balloon Festival in Erie, Colorado.  The mountain seen in the background is Long’s Peak.  The image looks as if the balloon is about to fly over the Peak, but in reality it’s miles away!  I was standing on the ground at the Colorado National National Golf Club.  I’ve been asked if I was flying in another balloon, but actually I was standing on the ground at the Colorado National National Golf Club.