What mountain is shown on the MacBook and iMac?

jbachandouris

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Probably the wrong forum section, but I wasn't sure where it belonged.

The yellowish mountains wallpaper found on the iMacs on display and MacBook: where is that? I searched and all I could find was that the file name was called cirque (mounatin?) which isn't very helpful. Anyone know?
 

jbachandouris

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I don't think its Mt Fuji. Isn't it in America. I've wanted to know the answer for some time, but I never thought to post. Funny thing is no one in the Apple Store knew either.
 

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I don't think so either, I edited my post "cuz I'm not learnded with dem fancy books and such". I apologize as I'm no help.
 

gorskiegangsta

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Probably the wrong forum section, but I wasn't sure where it belonged.

The yellowish mountains wallpaper found on the iMacs on display and MacBook: where is that? I searched and all I could find was that the file name was called cirque (mounatin?) which isn't very helpful. Anyone know?
Do you mean Mac OS X Lion wallpaper? It's Mt. Fuji volcano in Japan during sunset.
 

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Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories Canada
 
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princeb71

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Probably the wrong forum section, but I wasn't sure where it belonged.

The yellowish mountains wallpaper found on the iMacs on display and MacBook: where is that? I searched and all I could find was that the file name was called cirque (mounatin?) which isn't very helpful. Anyone know?
The mountains are in Canada's NW Territory. They are a cluster of peaks and sheer walls of granite in the Nahanni National Park Reserve, which is within the Mackenzie Mountains, named The Cirque of the Unclimbables. Hence, the photo title Cirque in OS X.
 
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