If a picture appears to be "broken," your browser may not have loaded it properly. You might be able to reload the image by clicking your browser's Refresh or Reload button, or by right-clicking (PC) or control-clicking (Mac) on the picture, then choosing Load Image or Reload Image (for example). Sometimes a key-click combination (such as holding down the option key, then clicking the Refresh button) will force your browser to reload directly from the server. (Another typical key-click combination is shift-reload; trying out a few likely combinations is probably the easiest way to find something that may work with your system.)
In some cases, though, you'll need to first empty your browser's cache.
On a Windows Vista PC with Explorer, from the Tools menu, choose Internet Options: General: Browsing history: Delete..., then choose Temporary Internet files and click Delete. For earlier versions of Windows and Explorer, the sequence would be, typically, Tools or View: Internet Options: Temporary Internet Files: Delete Files: Delete all offline content.
On a Mac with Safari, choose Empty Cache from the main Safari menu, then load or reload the picture.
If you're using AOL, please see AOL Graphics Compression for information on clearing cache.
If the picture still doesn't appear, or you have any other trouble with our site, please let us know. (If the picture appears, but is blurred when using AOL, please see AOL Graphics Compression. For information on downloading pictures and setting them as wallpaper, please see Saving and Displaying Desktop Pictures.)