Callanish and 'Steve' Phone Wallpaper

$2.00 Sale price

Regular price $2.00
  • High quality photo
  • Fits most smartphones
  • To download it, add this to your basket and complete the checkout. Once you have completed the checkout process you will receive a link to download the screensaver file.

    Step 1: Download the screensaver and save it to your phone using the link provided after ordering.

    Step 2: Find the correct image in your gallery, tap it and click on the box with arrow icon or dots that should show.

    Step 3: A menu will pop up, then click the "Use as Wallpaper" and select "Use as Lock Screen" or "Set Home Screen" option. From there, you can move and scale the photo as desired. When you're happy with how it looks, click the "Set".

    Share a screenshot of it in use on your instagram stories and tag my page @callanishdigitaldesign. I'll shout out as many of you as possible :) 

They are still trying to establish exactly what the phenomenon known as 'Steve' is. It appears as a ribbon of light in lower latitudes of aurora reach and is connected to aurora but appears as a ribbon of drifting light in the sky. I've only seen and photographed it this once at Callanish in March 2018. The combination of this drifting, separating and rejoining ribbon of light in the sky was mesmerizing.

  • High quality photo
  • Fits most smartphones
  • To download it, add this to your basket and complete the checkout. Once you have completed the checkout process you will receive a link to download the screensaver file.

    Step 1: Download the screensaver and save it to your phone using the link provided after ordering.

    Step 2: Find the correct image in your gallery, tap it and click on the box with arrow icon or dots that should show.

    Step 3: A menu will pop up, then click the "Use as Wallpaper" and select "Use as Lock Screen" or "Set Home Screen" option. From there, you can move and scale the photo as desired. When you're happy with how it looks, click the "Set".

    Share a screenshot of it in use on your instagram stories and tag my page @callanishdigitaldesign. I'll shout out as many of you as possible :) 

They are still trying to establish exactly what the phenomenon known as 'Steve' is. It appears as a ribbon of light in lower latitudes of aurora reach and is connected to aurora but appears as a ribbon of drifting light in the sky. I've only seen and photographed it this once at Callanish in March 2018. The combination of this drifting, separating and rejoining ribbon of light in the sky was mesmerizing.