The Desk Calendar comes in a 12x14cm plastic case that converts into the stand for the calendar. It is not only suitable for use on a desk but also slips easily into a brief case or handbag. For the 2021 calendar we are also offering a refill for those who have previously bought the calendar complete with the plastic case.
To see details, click on the ‘Shop’ tab then select ‘Calendars’.
As usual towards the end of the year there will be a rash of 2021 calendars on offer, but I suspect that if you are after a calendar that includes even one picture from the Snowy Mountains you will be disappointed. But do not despair!
My Snowy Mountains Calendar for 2021 is being prepared right now with thirteen photos showcasing the beauty of our home area for you to hang in your own home or office or to send to family and friends so that they can share in the photogenic qualities of where we live.
The calendar will be printed in Australia in A4 size (21×29.7cms) on glossy paper and available in August. Its price will be $17-50 which includes postage and packing to Australian addresses. If you can order by 15 July, the pre-publication price is $15.
If you are interested but do not want to pay now, email me using the form under the ‘Contact’ tab above with ‘Calendar 1 July’ as the subject and I will remind you by email of the closing date of the pre-publication price.
I am a resident of the mountains and a regularly published photographer who has qualified as a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society (LRPS). My fine art prints hang in private collections in Australia, The United Kingdom, Canada, and the Cayman Islands. My images for publication are sold through a major on-line photo library.
If you want to promote our Snowy Mountains, then this should be the calendar for you.
I have been looking at the colour picture of the Thredbo River that I posted recently. It has received many ‘likes’ and even a few ‘loves’ but as is often the case with this old black and white enthusiast (me) I wondered what the reaction would be to a black and white version of the image. There’s only one way to find out so here it is.
You can find more of my black and white pictures by going to the ‘Shop’ tab above and then choosing ‘Photographic Prints’.
The ripple of the water of the Thredbo River above the village weaving its way around the boulders accompanied by the birdsong in the trees on the banks is music for the soul. To see more of my photographs go to the ‘Shop’ tab above.