People keep telling me, “You should do a calendar!”
And other people smarter than me say, “You’ll be sorry!”
I’m heeding the former; let’s prove those latter folks wrong! I know $30 is at the high end for a calendar, but, honestly, I might make a couple bucks on each, paying for half a gallon of the many gallons of gas I burned, chasing the light this past year.
You can see the lineup below.
I will take orders until DECEMBER 7. That way, I can get the calendars out before the holidays.
Hit me on the Contact Page to make arrangements. PayPal would be great, but Bitcoins also work (not really; can anyone explain to me how they work?).
By the way, clicking on any image below will launch a viewer.
JANUARY: Twilight at Second Beach in Olympic National Park.
FEBRUARY: A juvenile Bald Eagle scans the Samish Flats for a snack.
MARCH: Sunrise explodes above Mount Rainier, which looms over Reflection Lake.
APRIL: Morning showers leave droplets that look like diamonds on Lupine in Mount Rainier National Park.
MAY: Sunset at the Portland Light House in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
JUNE: A fiery sunrise at Sprague Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.
JULY: The sun sets and bursts behind a sea stack at Second Beach in Olympic National Park.
AUGUST: A visitor catches spray off Bridal Veil Falls on a hot day in the Columbia River Gorge.
SEPTEMBER: A Roosevelt Elk buck and his harem during rutting season near Lake Quinault.
OCTOBER: Mount Rainier looms over Edith Creek on a gorgeous fall day in Mount Rainier National Park.
NOVEMBER: Fall has fallen at Mineral Creek, near the Hoh River in Olympic National Park.
DECEMBER: Winter is coming … at Liberty Bell Mountain, with the North Cascades Highway winding by.