Saltern by Night wallpaper for iOS, iPadOS and macOS now available

BasicAppleGuy has released the new version of the Saltern Study series wallpapers called Saltern by Night 01. The new wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac are inspired by the original daytime version of the Saltern paying homepage to the photography of David Burdeny. 

David Burdeny is a Canadian, Vancouver BC-based photography artist who explores a “variegated photographic landscape ranging from minimal seascapes, ornate European interiors to abstract aerial images” with his formal and minimalist signature embedded in every image showcasing the camera’s interpretation of the scenery.

Burdeny’s photography takes the viewer on a visual journey through some of the world’s most iconic cities while his vast aerial photographs serve to build bridges of empathy to sensitive landscapes and ecosystems of our world in a way that is both beautiful and thought provoking.

Saltern by Night wallpaper

Download the rich Saltern by Night 01 wallpapers here, perfect for dark mode

To incorporate the essence of saltern into a wallpaper, BasicAppleGuy has combined a rich colorful hue and cubist design to represent salt extraction techniques from seawater from around the world. 

And to make new Saltern by Night wallpapers distinguishable from Saltern by Daytime wallpapers, BasicAppleGuy used a new color palate that is brighter and saturated to represent the variation between daytime and nighttime.

Saltern by Night wallpaper

The three new Saltern by Night 01 wallpapers are available for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS for free and work perfectly for dark mode. They are also available in the heic version for Mac that will change automatically from day to night depending on which mode (light or dark) it is in.

Download the rich Saltern by Night 01 wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac from here.

Previously, BasicAppleGuy released WWDC 2023 wallpaper for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro from Basic Apple Guy and introduced the “OS X RANCHO CUCAMONGA” wallpaper for Apple devices which was based on a joke made by Apple’s Senior VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi at WWDC14 when he playfully said OS X Rancho Cucamonga could be a potential name for the next California-themed operating systems.

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Addicted to social media and in love with iPhone, started blogging as a hobby. And now it's my passion for every day is a new learning experience. Hopefully, manufacturers will continue to use innovative solutions and we will keep on letting you know about them.