I have a different picture on my laptop, smart phone and ipad. On my phone and iPad I have pictures of my kids. On my laptop I have a picture specifically selected for the resolution (I checked it and then did a Google image search for only images that were at the res). It's a random Scottish castle, but I like the wildness of it, so I nabbed it for my desktop. For my phone and ipad, I like to have pictures of my two girls to bring a smile to my face when I'm not with them.
When working, had a poster print of 'Miracle on the Hudson', with the passengers' standing on the wings!
It was brilliant flying by Capt Chesley Sullenberger, & just proves how good humans' can be at an allotted task.
For a very long time, my wife and I had identical cell phones and we also have two cats. To tell the two phones apart, we each used a photo of one of our cats as the background. Served a purpose, and it's cute.
On my phone and my iPad I have photos of my husband holding our dog, but on my computer I have the cartoon character Pinkie Pie from My Little Pony looking like she's breaking through the screen. It might seem odd, but it makes me laugh when I see it. And given that my computer is used for work only, a laugh is sometimes in order.
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I change the picture on my laptop from time to time. I use my own photos depending on my mood at the time I decide to make a change. I choose photos which inspire me in some way, using nature. My phone just has the default pic.
I change my desktop photo every now and then. At the moment its's a mixed media art work that isn't ruined by having icons all over it, previously it was a pretty cottage garden photo I took in England.
The photo I see on my ipad is my eldest Grand daughter.
I don't have a desktop, only a laptop. The 1 on my laptop is of green fields & tiny roads through the fields. It came with the laptop. I don't know how to put up my own photos, so will have ask our daughter to do it for me, next time we visit her.