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Front cover

Calendars

Start Month:
$28.00

Sizing Information

Calendars-in
  • Printed to fit A3

Features

  • Tough wire binding and hanger
  • Stunningly sharp digital printing
  • Start the year with the month of your choice
  • 200gsm satin art paper with a tougher cover

Cover: Blue Tit
Jan: Juvenile Chaffinch
Feb: Eurasian Jay
Mar: Tawny Owl
Apr: Juvenile Great Tit
May: Cock Pheasant
Jun: Short-Eared Owl
Jul: Nuthatch
Aug: Common Buzzard
Sep: Grey Heron
Oct: Brambling
Nov: Barn Owl
Dec: European Robin


Comments

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonover 5 years ago

    This is outstanding work, well done,

  • Thanks Ann! ;o)

    – Krys Bailey

  • Richard G Witham
    Richard G Withamover 5 years ago

    Fantastic collection Krys!

  • Bonnie T.  Barry
    Bonnie T. Barryover 5 years ago

    Wow factor on each and every one, but special WOWS for the flying barn owl. That one truly caught my fancy! Great work, Krys!

  • Thanks Bonnie! ;o)

    – Krys Bailey

  • ear-ear
    ear-earover 5 years ago

    Superb collection of images Krys..stunning Calender..well done.xxxxxxxx

  • nmbrplus
    nmbrplusover 5 years ago

    Incredibly beautiful collection Krys; your images are stunning – wishing you many sales my sweet friend!!! JD

  • Thank you Joyce! You are always so gracious and supportive – I really do appreciate your comments! ;o)

    – Krys Bailey

  • Sherrianne Talon
    Sherrianne Talonover 5 years ago

    Wonderful collection!

  • AngelaFoster
    AngelaFosterover 5 years ago

    a fantastic calender with beautiful pictures

  • Jellybean720
    Jellybean720over 5 years ago

    Such a GREAT collection :))

  • Al Bourassa
    Al Bourassaover 5 years ago

    Awesome compilation Krys!

  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
    Dawn B Davies-...over 5 years ago

    a beautiful callender,cracking images,well done,dawnx

  • Thanks Dawn! One of the cover-star’s cousins found its way into our loft the other day. After an hour or so of trying to catch said blue tit in a net, we decided to leave the loft hatch open and let the critter fly into the light and then kick it out the landing window! It worked! I’ve dubbed him “Lofty”, hahahaha! ;o)

    – Krys Bailey


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