Scotland Through Light calendar makes a return
September 25, 2015
In August this year I was approached by a printing/stationery company to see if I would be interested in any of their products. They produce a wide range of items including cards and calendars. It has been about seven years since I last produced a calendar and I was naturally quite interested in the possibility of bringing back the Scotland Through Light calendar. So after very little persuasion from the printing company, I am pleased to announce the Scotland Through Light calendar 2016.
The calendars arrived today and I’m pretty pleased with the results. The calendar is A4 in size and opens out to A3 with the image on one full page and the calendar boxes on the page below.
The calendars are priced at £8.50 each plus £1.50 postage (UK Only). For overseas purchases then please get in touch with me and I will get a price for postage to your location.
To purchase a calendar, please get in touch with me through the contact page on this website or through my Scotland Through Light Facebook page.
In addition to the calendars, I also have a 20″ x 16″ Aluminium print in high gloss finish for sale. The image is “Elgol Dusk IV”. The Aluminium media seems to give the image a little more depth than a traditional print and it looks pretty cool when hung up on a wall as it sits out slightly from the wall, as if it is floating. I have posted some pictures of the print below. I am selling this print for £110, with free postage in the UK. Please contact me if you are interested in the print.
Autumn is now underway and I hope to get out and photograph some of the lovely colours in the landscape. First up though we have a super-moon this weekend and I’ve got an idea for a photograph at moonrise on Sunday evening. We also have the full lunar eclipse along with the super-moon in the early hours of Monday morning, but I’m not sure if I will stay out for that or not as I’ve got work on Monday. Keep an eye out for any updates – with a bit of luck and good weather I may have some pictures to share.
Until then, take care.