MacOS 10.15 Catalina, the only new Apple platform that hasn’t won a final release yet, includes beautiful wallpapers that change their appearance throughout the day.

In the latest trial versions, Apple has been adding even more interesting images, indicating that the new version of macOS will feature seven new wallpapers to grace the screens of thousands of users around the world. We’re talking about photographs taken on Santa Catalina Island, California. You can check some of them in the featured image above.

MacOS 10.15 beta users can access all seven new Catalina wallpapers from System Preferences > Desktop and Screensaver > Desktop without having to manually download and add each wallpaper.

If you do not already have macOS Catalina running on your Mac (the final release should arrive in October only), you can download all the images above using the following link. All are compressed into a ZIP file to preserve their maximum resolution (6016 x 6016).

Because it is a square aspect ratio, photos will not be able to be displayed in their entirety, but because of the high resolution, they can be cropped to fit any screen format without losing too much quality.