Satellite Eyes is a simple Mac app that changes your desktop wallpaper to the satellite overview of where you are at any given moment.
The app sits in your menu bar and automatically detects where you are in the World. There are a number of different map styles including aerial photography shots to watercolors. If you have multiple monitors, it will span the image across both of them too.
Satellite Eyes uses OS X's Location Services which are connected to Apple's database of Wi-Fi access points to triangulate your position. To get a reliable fix, you'll need to enable Wi-Fi enabled on your machine, and of course, connect to a wireless network.
Satellite Eyes is configured to run on startup however and you must go to preferences and untick "Run Satellite Eyes at Startup" to stop this.
Satellite Eyes is an original desktop wallpaper as long as you have a WiFi connection wherever you are.