Wood – High resolution Wood Wallpaper

Wood Image
Wood iPad Wallpaper for the Apple iPad

High retina resolution wallpaper for the Apple iPad. I’ve put together a panorama of two images to create a high resolution wallpaper which is also available for the Apple iPad.

The wooden texture may seem a bit boring but personally I think it’s a great piece to use as a wallpaper for the iPad. I like the organic feel of week and adding it to your desktop is another way to personalise and make you iPad look great.

If you are interested in wooden products you should keep an eye on Nordic Appeal which will soon be announcing some incredible products for the Mac. The products should be made in some of the finest wood so I for one is excited!


Martin Bay

Pine Trees Photographed in Danish Forest

Image of Pine Trees
Pine Trees iPad Wallpaper

Pine trees photograph from a Danish forest in early spring. This wallpaper is was captured on gray day which is why it have a nice soft look. I really prefer to take pictures on days with clouds because I think the light is much better than on a sunny day. I like the dark tones and give the pine forest a bit of atmosphere.

I captured the image with the Canon 5D Mark II and the favorite the 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. The iPad Wallpaper have been cropped and edited in Adobe Lightroom 3.

As usual you are very welcome to share this post with you friends.


Pine Bark from Danish Forest

Pine Tree Bark
Pine Tree Bark iPad Wallpaper

I went out in the Danish forest with the Canon 5D Mark II and the small 50mm f/1.8 standard lens. The weather was perfect for textures in the forest so I captures the textures of the bark.

I really prefer to take pictures on days with clouds because I think the light is much better than on a sunny day. The image have been cropped and edited in Adobe Lightroom 4.

To help keeping track of my images I have added a watermark for these large iPad 3 wallpapers in 2048 x 2048px resolution.

Please let me know if you like it and help share the images.
Martin Bay

Danish Forest – Black & White

Image of Danish Forest
Danish Forest iPad Wallpaper

It’s finally time for a forest iPad wallpaper for the Apple iPad. I was out walking in the forest with the Canon 5D Mark II and the small 50mm f/1.8 and nothing else. It was just like exploring as a kid walking along the paths and through the beautiful trees – I used to play around in this forest as kid so I know my way around but the forest is changing for each visit.

The image is from beautiful Danish forest around Alminde Lake in Silkeborg. Let me know if you know this area in Denmark?

If you are interested in an original print of this image have a look at Foto Factory!

Martin Bay


Moutain iPad Wallpaper
Mountain iPad Wallpaper of the Black Cullin

Mountain iPad wallpaper capured during a trip to Isle of Skye, Scotland. The image were captured with the Canon 5D Mark II and the Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 Zoom lens.

The image is very simple showing the Black Cullin mountains with the first snow this year I like how the white show on the black rocks on the mountain made great textures with the dark clouds in the background!


Martin Bay

Yellow Mountain

Mountain iPad Wallpaper
iPad Wallpaper with Sunset over Yellow Mountain, Huangshan

Sunrise at Huangshan or the Yellow mountain. The iPad Wallpaper was captured during sunset when I visited the Yellow mountain in China last year. The area is known for its beautiful scenery, peculiarly shaped peaks and Huangshan Pine trees. Huangshan is a frequent subject of traditional Chinese paintings and literature, as well as modern photography. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of China’s major tourist destinations.

Together with hundreds of other visitors we got up very early to watch to sun riser and illuminate the mountains with warm orange light. Never before have a share the view of a sunrise with so many people – an excited moment.  A few minutes after the image were captured all people disappeared  and we had the whole area for us self.

The iPad wallpaper was captured with the Canon 5D Mark II and the Canon 24-105mmm f/4 Zoom lens.


Martin Bay