At long last the 2016 Calendars have arrived!
This years theme isn’t really much of a theme, it’s really just photos from our travels in the first half of this year. It does mean all of the photos are really up to date!
As you may or may not know, I’ve been putting together calendars for a few years now however this is the first year I’ve actually bulk ordered from a printer rather than just making them available through Redbubble. It was a bit of a scary process to go through for the first time but the end result was worth it. The print quality is fantastic and it means it means I can get them to you at a substantially lower cost.
The calendar contains 12 photos from our travels across three different continents (not including Australia), plus front cover and inside cover photos. The date pages contain Australian public holidays and important dates as well as school dates for all the different states and territories, and has moon phases marked.
So to make sure this gamble pays off I need you all to buy lots and lots of them so I can do it again next year, possibly even with multiple designs…
To get yours, follow this link: 2016 Calendars
Edit: If you are not in Australia (or even if you are) you can order them from my Etsy store for international (or local) delivery.
Ever tried to get a photo of an Echidna? It’s quite a challenge. Taking a photo of a ball of spines is all good but as with most animals, it’s just not right without the eyes. So after spotting this one and getting the initial ‘proof of sighting’ photo I set about trying make an image that really worked without scaring it away. This is what I came up with…
There are more photos of Echidnas in my Australian Wildlife Set on flickr.
After many late nights since returning from my trip to South Africa and Botswana I’ve finally got a new calendar together for 2012! It is filled with 13 (including the cover) of my favorite wildlife photos from the trip printed on A3 200gsm satin art paper with a sturdy top wire binding and hanger. They are a fantastic gift idea and if you order before the 17th of December in many parts of the world then you will receive your order before Christmas (Redbubble Christmas shipping dates).
If you are looking at this post mid year and don’t want to wait 6 months to get a calendar you actually select which month of the year you want you calendar to start when you order. The default should be Janurary but make sure you double check before you click Add to Cart.
African Wildlife is not your thing then I also have several other calendars available in my Calendar Album or go to my portfolio page for card & prints of all my photos including many more from the trip. If I can get a few more photos uploaded tonight I might have a “Birds of Southern Africa” calendar too.
For the photogr aphers out there,
all images were taken with a Canon 7D with Canon 100-400.