Good luck finding a way to do that.
At least for today. Maybe.
"We'll be featuring these images as backgrounds on the Google homepage over the next 24 hours," declared the Official Google Blog at 9:07 Wednesday night.
But does that time span just refer to the first set of images - from "well-known artists, sculptors and photographers" such Dale Chihuly, Jeff Koons, Tom Otterness, Polly Apfelbaum, Kengo Kuma, Kwon, Ki-soo and Tord Boontje, as well as some incredible photos from Yann Arthus-Bertrand and National Geographic"?
Or will the plain white background return tomorrow?
Many people apparently hope so.
"How do you turn this garbage off with-out signing in and getting everything you do tracked. Guess it is time to find a new search eng," comments "Hate it A lot" at tech-news site sevensidedcube.net.
Well, you can log in, select "Editor's picks" and scroll all the way to the bottom to find "White."
But choosing that gives you a ghostly result: a white background with a faintly outlined pale-gray logo.
Bing's photo background, which changes every day, includes "special hidden hotspots" - popup blurbs with links to additional information.
Google's new photo option doesn't imitate that feature.
Attempts to get official clarification from Google were initially unsuccessful.
Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.