I now bought myself a second Full HD monitor, which doubled my screen real estate to 3840 × 1080 pixels. Which means that I now need wallpapers of the same doubled size.
One rather obvious way of making such dual width full high definition wallpapers is to take two single width full high definition wallpapers and to stitch them together. Displaying the resulting new image as a wallpaper will result in both monitors showing two different images.
I don’t think it’s necessary that I provide such images: take a pair of images you like from the previous parts, and stitch them together; or combine one of my images with another image from a third source.
But I also made some images which are genuinely of size 3840 × 1080. Which you can download here.
If you are using Windows, you may want to use “tile” as your desktop background image display option, since “center”, “fill”, “fit” or “stretch” probably won’t do what you want them to do when using two monitors:
And now, without further ado, the wallpapers (once again, the thumbnails here are linked with the full size versions, which are rather byte-heavy, as you can see):
The background of this last one is a Penrose tiling; I wrote a Python script to generate the tiling as an SVG file. If you are interested, more about the tiling and my script can be found on my blog.