Photographer Andrew Levitt teamed up with videographer Jacob Phillips and landscape photographer Taylor Gray to recreate every pre-installed Apple MacOS wallpapers of California landmarks in just one week. For those who don’t use MacOS are have just started to do so, OS X versions were named after big cats until OS X 10.9 Mavericks, as that update marked when Apple officially switched to using California locations. Read more for a video and additional information.
As you can see, they stopped by Death Valley for the Mojave wallpaper; Alabama Hills (rock formations near the eastern slope of the Sierra) for the Sierra wallpaper; North Lake for the High Sierra wallpaper; Yosemite National Park for the El Capitan and Yosemite wallpapers. Were they successful? Most definitely, or as close as someone could get in just a single week.