When dumping a set of photos from Vienna I promised I optimize a few of them as wallpapers, today is the time do deliver. You can use them freely. (click for full-size view)
Also while in Vienna I encountered the supermoon (the big full moon, 14% bigger, which happens very rarely), I caught a picture with the best my gear can deliver (70-200 lens with an X1.4 zoom adapter on an APS-C sensor) at 100% zoom level, free for re-use.
While wandering around Vienna I saw this anarchist graffiti which I think is meaningful and more applicable in those days: when a system is broken so badly, there is no chance to repair it, then nuke it from the orbit.
PS: unrelated, when preparing the pics above, my Fedora desktop gave a "Windows moment" - the mouse cursor changed the shape to "wait", trying to make that go away and get a normal "arrow" pointer, I closed a very busy web app. As nothing good happened, closed GIMP where I worked on the pics. Then the entire X.org sesion crashed to a black screen (together will all my open apps) and the desktop restarted itself.