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Every Sunday, we add a new collection to our Wallpapers of the Week collection. This curated gallery has covered a myriad of genres over the years, but a perennial favorite category is nature photography. In today’s photography wallpaper pack, the cool greens and high dynamic range colors of different plants will make your screens pop. If you are carrying a new iPhone 11 Pro in Midnight Green, these images will jump off the screen thanks to the OLED screen and the natural green color will accentuate your device.

Nature photography wallpapers

The following nature photography wallpaper pack contains original imagery by @wallsbyjfl. You should follow him on twitter to get alerts when he releases new wallpapers. If you want to see his backlog, check out the incredible galleries of both digital art wallpapers and photography based wallpaper images. There is a solid library of similarly impressive wallpapers, including versions for desktop. If you want versions for iPad, go to his site and download the desktop version, then set as wallpaper via iPad. It should work very well!

Nature photography iPhone wallpaper wallsbyjfl blades geo

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Nature photography iPhone wallpaper wallsbyjfl orange green fern

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Nature photography iPhone wallpaper wallsbyjfl ferns

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Nature photography iPhone wallpaper wallsbyjfl multicolor leaves

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Nature photography iPhone wallpaper wallsbyjfl ferns highlight

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Nature photography iPhone wallpaper wallsbyjfl magenta leaves

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nature photography wallsbyjfl rain on a leaf iPhone wallpaper

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Nature photography iPhone wallpaper wallsbyjfl HDR purple

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If you have a collection of wallpapers or know where I can find a great pack, connect with me via @jim_gresham, where I curate our iDB gallery. When submitting wallpapers, make sure to give proper credit to the original artist when appropriate. Naturally, the web is full of images, but if you know who made or inspired the work, giving them credit is important. Follow along for mid-week downloads, RTs of other images I find in my search for the best, and general Apple commentary.