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Wallpaper Details: Breaking Through

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Breaking Through by Amarant
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Breaking Through

June 13th, 2007

This is a picture of the front range Rocky Mountains in Boulder, Colorado during a coming storm. Enjoy!

Comments from the Community

Posted By: andre_afonso01 from hotmail.com
about 14 years, 11 months ago
OMG Awesome!
Posted By: Armoured
about 14 years, 11 months ago
people i need help please. i don't know if it's just me or if there is a problem with this site. i selected the size for this pic that i wanted to download. then i click download and a blank page opens, and in the bottom left of the browser it says "done", and nothing happens. I tried aver sizes, and lots of other wallpapers but still the same thing.

What do i do?
Posted By: esskell from hotmail.com
about 14 years, 11 months ago
After you've selected your resolution, try right-clicking the word "download" and selecting "Save As..." to save it to a location on your computer.
Posted By: Armoured
about 14 years, 11 months ago
no i tried that already. it just saves it as a .html

I tried downloading a pic on another computer at home and it worked from there, so I don't know whats happening. something from my computer...but what?
Posted By: lisa.doan from gmail.com
about 14 years, 11 months ago
yay! i just moved away from boulder but I'll be using this pic as my background! thanks!!
Posted By: luke from lukemowbray.com
about 14 years, 7 months ago
Truly outstanding. Sure is a beautiful world.
Posted By: Slippery_Soap
about 13 years, 8 months ago
again. it looks like jesus is going to come down and grant me all my wishes lol

very nice indeed

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