For many of us, the way we work and communicate has changed drastically in the last few months. Offices are now at home. Meetings are now virtual. Meeting up with friends means hopping on a web conference or video chat. We adapt to the situation because we must to stop the spread of COVID-19 and get back to what we know as normal life with our families and friends as soon as possible. We’re also holding off on our travel plans because we must to keep our loved ones and neighbors safe.
But, just because you’re working from home, doesn’t mean that you have to look like you’re doing it from home. We believe that dreaming about travel never stops and we know that many of us are itching to get back to traveling. With that in mind, we wanted to help you appear as if you’re having your next web conference somewhere much more scenic than a home office.
Please enjoy the below backgrounds which will make it seem like you’re talking about spreadsheets from Ahwahnee Meadow, or maybe you’re catching up with mom and dad from the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias. And why not take that virtual happy hour with friends to the historic town of Mariposa?
To download the backgrounds, simply right click on the image and save it to your device. From there, follow tutorials to change your background on Zoom or Microsoft Teams.
We hope these backgrounds provide a brief escape to Yosemite Mariposa County and that they help you keep dreaming about when you’ll be able to visit again.
Until then, stay well, stay safe and stay home.
Take your next meeting to the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias.
Meet with friends on this log next to the Merced River at Valley View.
Call family with Half Dome towering behind you.
Take your friends to the historic gold rush town of Mariposa.
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The way we work and communicate has changed. Offices are now our homes. Meeting places are online. Meeting with friends means doing it in the virtual world. Take your next meeting to Yosemite with these web conference backgrounds.
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