A colorful and cheerful theme that will replace your standard desktop background with a high-quality photograph of a delicate butterfly
|Updated||Dec 7th 2013|
Microsoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||19.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
If you like taking strolls and admire nature’s beauty whenever you want to relax or disconnect after a day of hard work, then you will also like Butterflies of Germany Theme as it includes twenty high-quality photos of colorful insects.
You can install the theme on your PC only if it runs Windows 7, 8 or 8.1, and double-clicking the installer file will automatically replace your desktop wallpaper with a custom one. The taskbar and windows color will also be adjusted to match the theme’s images.
The pictures included in the theme are in fact shots captured by photographer Thomas Freiberg and they are closeups of beautiful and delicate butterflies.
You can either admire their tiny frame and delicate wings, or you can even learn the scientific names of each one so you can impress your friends. More precisely, the theme includes images of Gonepteryx rhamni (typically known as Common Brimstone), Lycaena phlaeas (Common Copper), Plebejus argus (Silver-studded Blue), Polygonia c-album (Comma), Hyponephele lycaon (Dusky Meadow Brown) and many others more.
Due to Butterflies of Germany Theme Crack, you will also be able to observe their wings’ colors and the way they are adapted to their environment, as most of the times these colors serve as a camouflage from their enemies.
These insects are typically found in the woods and fields of Germany, so the other way of admiring them is to actually travel to those areas while on holiday, as it might take some time until you can find them all.
All in all, Butterflies of Germany Theme can help you not only relax due to its attractive colors, but it can also help you improve your biology skills so you can later show off to your friends and family.
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