I’m pleased to be able to say that my 2011 edition of my Landscape Calendars is now available. This years showcases the very best of my images from my travels over the last year.
I was lucky enough to have some incredible experiences on the pristine beaches of Esperance- and the stunning Cape le Grand National Park, also ventures into the dune systems nearby proved rewarding, and those images are what can be found in this years print.
Albany, Two Peoples Bay has been a favorite of mine for a while, however never quite getting “that image” I was after, I returned again for more time earlier this year. This time I was pleased to come back with some images worth printing.
Denmark, I love this region. So find no trouble at all heading back there. On this occasion a stormy morning provided the perfect setting for me at Greens Pool, and then again a stormy evening graced me with the stunning image I took at Light’s Beach.
Point Perron is a favorite haunt of mine in the Perth region. Whether it be a snorkel with mates in summer, or a lonely sunset with me and my camera. It’s the perfect place to wind down after work.
Of course I couldn’t publish a calendar without the Stirling Ranges, a place I hold dear to my heart, and have shared so many amazing experiences with. A new experience for me though, but with every bit of inspiration was my trip along the Holland Track. My first proper trip to the Goldfields, and I came away wondering if i’d ever had an experience like it before. Of course this was due to the brilliant display mother nature put on for us with it’s thunderstorms.
And then Karijini, a place of absolute marvel, and my future home- which I am incredibly looking forward to. The gorges and cascades are an amazing sight, and here are a couple of my personal favs.
The calendars are made of high quality paper and produced on a large press printer, ensuring the highest print quality. Each image comes with an image description and story, reliving my personal account for that moment in time.
If you’re interested in purchasing, the print run was limited to 1000. So get in quick to ensure yourself a copy. They are $12 each plus p+h, or if you purchase 3 you’ll receive a 4th for free. I can assure you that you’d be pleased in purchasing these over the mass produced calendars found in shops each year. I can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The images featured can all be found on my 2011 Landscape Images page.