CELL PHONE WALLPAPERS
Things I see that I am then willing to look at repeatedly until something else comes along
Mossy and moist Lynn Canyon park
Mexico City. Staredown gets a bit unnerving after a while. Time to switch it up.
UBC Kenny Psychology building steps
The day after noticing a crack in his dinner plate he drew this.
Portrait of son taken by wife.
I upgraded to ios10 and everything I MEAN EVERYTHING went haywire. This became the interim wallpaper as a result.
The stage of our lab’s freezing sliding microtome, which we use to slice brains, accumulating ice crystals. This was nice in theory but the white on white makes it impossible to see the time.
The outdated laws of Spanish Banks beach.
This is my favorite one ever. He's saying that he's hungry. I'd switch back but there are rules to cell phone wallpaper usage (including no switching back).
A rare house amongst stores on west 4th avenue in Vancouver. Of course you wouldn’t know that it is out of place based on this photo, unless you took the photo. (I took the photo)
Bike drawn by my 6 year old. I like the color combo and the intensity of the color and contrast.
Upwards as seen from my in-laws place.
An albino kangaroo at Kangaroo Creek Farm in Kelowna, BC. Who really wants to look at this every day?
Map of Paris for easy access.
Globe graffiti/art/something at UBC.
Same, but next day.
Purely practical: the schedule for the 2016 Canadian Neuroscience Meeting for easy access.
Fans at a Canucks NHL game; light sweeping across the crowd.
The surface of a pond at Maplewood farm in North Vancouver. The dark horizontal line across the middle is a show of a log if I remember correctly but I rotated it all 90 degrees to disorient the viewer.
Windows reflecting dreamy light onto the sidewalk.
My brother’s nice shirt/chest.
Americano made in my office. Crema is a bit bubbly but taste is what’s important. Stop by my office and I’ll make you one.
She’s from Russia and she swims in February. Downtown Vancouver in the background.
Leaf stained sidewalk at UBC.
The view from the bathroom stall.
A GFP-labelled neuron generated in my lab and color coded according to the depth of the neuron within the tissue.
A bug type of thing that my son drew. I like the simplicity (which is important for mobile device backgrounds).
Windswept clouds one morning in Vancouver.
Signage outside my lab. Appears to be remnants of duct tape.
The real deal. Rome.
If left to sit, everything in Vancouver eventually turns green.
The first custom wallpaper. By this guy named Rothko. Maybe you've heard of him.
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