That's great, what a good idea to make a calendar from the year's photos.
Ah, the year at a glance. Lovely photos, a reminder that the year truly is a cycle with beauty worth photographing year round.
Wonderful calendar, John. And August's butterfly is spectacular! Do you know what it is? Jim
What a super idea John - absolutely lovely photographs.
Now that is what I call perfect calender photos.As usual I got behind with your posts ...december sort of disappeared what with Xmas and my health but maybe that is not a bad thing as I have just had a wonderful catch up. Thank you for giving me such pleasure. Your 'Guitar Heroes' was the best of all and I watched all the videos ...some more than once... not sure which is my favourite ...maybe I should have another listen lol.Happy New Year.
Hi John,A lovely mixture of photo`s there! May, June and July can`t come quickly enough for me!Happy New Year to you and yours!JFollow me at HEDGELAND TALES
Wow! A perfect calendar, John.
I long for May and June.... and then September. We are so lucky to have these marvelous contrasting seasons.
What a nice idea, John! You must have enjoyed selecting only one photo in each month. My favorites are January, February, May, June, October, and December among the 12 photos. I’d like to borrow this idea next year if I can have such a wonderful selections like yours.Wish you a year of good health, prosperity, and joyful surprises.
This needs to be a real calendar that people can buy from you, John. (and those chickens sure look like WV chickens)
A lovely calendar : ) Hard to pick which month's photo is my favorite!
Wonderful John! A delightful and colourful calendar!
Simply stunning. I hope you have had it printed for your friends.
Thanks, fans!The butterfly is a Peacock, Jim, fairly widespread and plentiful around here, particularly if you have some buddleia bushes.Intended to get it printed but didn't get around to it - maybe next year.
It's never too late to get your calendar printed! It's beautiful. Thank you for sharing your pictures.
Thanks for taking the time to comment. I'll try to answer any questions via a comment or e-mail within the next day or two (no hard questions, please!).