Bliss - The Story of Windows XP’s Famous Default Wallpaper

Chances are you’ve seen it before. After all, it's estimated to be the most viewed photograph in the world. Bliss was used as Windows XP’s default wallpaper. And for most people, that is all it will ever be. But behind this green hill and blue sky lies a story of ambition, passion, and spontaneity that defined a photographer’s legacy.

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