An original and clever idea. They would make for an excellent My Computer or something like that where you don't need to know what the actual program is. And sometimes it is nice just to have icons laying around not doing anything, really well done.
i just downloaded them to check out, and something is wrong!
they're supposed to be in the ico format, but they're not? they don't show up at all
and when i try to open them in a graphic program, i just get an alert saying this is not a supported format.
also, they're quite huge for icons to be - 167 kb each??
please, resubmit them .. i'd like to investigate how pretty they are on a desktop
very neat pictures! the look of chlorophyll getting purplier by the second is so calmly refreshing ..
but - i have a butt - sometimes it's difficult to use a scenery as an icon, because an icon is meant to be a shortcut to something specific - like a mail program or the recycle bin. thus, most icons are supposed to look descriptive, so you can tell what they point to just by looking at them. of course, there's always the text llabel-llama under every icon, but still - i think a lot of people would really appriciate it, if you also included a lot more of singular objects as icons - just like the single yellow leaf on the navy background that can be used as say, a folder! mmm, foliage folder ..