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Last year I skipped on making a calendar because of lack of time and a few health issues that took priority. I promised many people that I would have one ready for next year, and I’m proud to say that my 2022 wall calendar is ready!
I’m printing and taking orders through Lulu this year, making the calendar almost $10 cheaper than it was in previous years! If you happen to live in Fairbanks, send me a message at
firstname.lastname@example.org to save shipping costs (I’ll probably do a large local order for September or October delivery). The calendar is 8.5″x11″ and spiral bound with a hole for hanging. These calendars make great Christmas gifts and the money goes directly toward purchasing photography equipment and website costs! I am very grateful for everyone that contributes this way!
Below are the uncropped monthly photos with descriptions.
January | A cross-fox (a color variant of red fox) with one of her kits take a break from playing to stare at me. Taken in Fairbanks, Alaska. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar February | Rugged unnamed peak with glacier and icefall flowing into the Loket Tributary. The Loket flows into the even larger Black Rapids Glacier in the Eastern Alaska Range. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar March | Winters in the interior are marked by long, cold nights. When the sun finally rises, it’s only up for a few hours and never very high on the horizon. But, we get to see some spectacular and long sunrises and sunsets. Here the sun nears the horizon at almost 9:30 am, making for some wonderful colors over a boreal spruce forest in Fairbanks, Alaska. Purchase Prin t | Get the Calendar April | This was maybe the latest in the spring I have seen the aurora borealis, and maybe the best display I have ever seen! Taken in late April at Angel Rocks in the Chena River State Recreation Area, Alaska, there’s still sunlight on the horizon after 1 am while the sky erupts in green and pink northern lights. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar May | A Dall sheep ewe with her lamb climbing a steep talus field in Red Rock Canyon in the Alaska Range. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar June | Large ice crystals and hoar frost on the ceiling of a glacier cave in the Castner Glacier in the Eastern Alaska Range. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar July | Anderson Falls from the Anderson Glacier under Mt. Thomas in the Chugach Mountains. The water flows directly into Prince William Sound near Valdez, Alaska. This must be one of the most gorgeous coastal landscapes I’ve ever seen! Purchase Print | Get the Calendar August | The aurora shining in the moonlight. Fairbanks, Alaska. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar September | A juvenile bald eagle spars for a salmon with a couple of adults. Taken at the Solomon Gulch Hatchery in Valdez, Alaska. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar October | Peak 8100 hiding in some clouds over the College Glacier in the Alaska Range. This tucked-away little spot is just south of the Gulkana Glacier, which can be seen from the Richardson Highway near Isabel Pass. Purchase Pri nt | Get the Calendar November | The rugged and rocky landscape of the Savage River Canyon in Denali National Park & Preserve. The tundra turns such gorgeous colors in the fall! Purchase Print | Get the Calendar December | The northern lights exploding over the Chena River State Recreation area. Taken from the Granite Tors Trail. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar Front Cover | Reflections in a pond along Chena Hot Springs Road near Fairbanks, Alaska. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar Back Cover | Fall colors in the undergrowth of a boreal forest in Fairbanks, Alaska. Purchase Print | Get the Calendar Back Cover Design Sample Month Format
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