2023 Wall Calendar

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Cover of my 2023 Alaska Wall Calendar - A a self-portrait looking at the beautiful glowing ice inside a glacier cave

My 2023 Wall Calendars are ready to go! I’m publishing through Lulu again, as I was very happy with the print quality on last year’s calendars. 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 to everyone that contributes this way!

All the photos in the calendar (shown below) were taken in 2021 and 2022 and include wildlife, aurora borealis, landscapes, and glaciers. The calendars are priced at $20. If you live in the Fairbanks area, I may once again do a bulk order for anyone that would rather pick one up instead of pay for shipping. You’ll just have to let me know by email: lee@lwpetersen.com

Below are the uncropped monthly photos with descriptions (calendar crops are 8.5″x11″). Photos are also available as prints (links in the descriptions).

A sunrise or sunset (they just kind of blend together) in Fairbanks, Alaska taken near the winter solstice
January – A sunrise or sunset (they just kind of blend together) in Fairbanks, Alaska taken near the winter solstice | Purchase Print
The aurora borealis shines through the trees in a Fairbanks forest
February – The aurora borealis shines through the trees in a Fairbanks forest | Purchase Print
A large moose wanders through a birch forest in the Alaska interior
March – A large moose wanders through a birch forest in the Alaska interior | Purchase Print
Close up view of large seracs in the Gabriel Icefall on the Gulkana Glacier in the Alaska Range
April – Close up view of large seracs in the Gabriel Icefall on the Gulkana Glacier in the Alaska Range | Purchase Print
One of the entrance tors along the west end of the Granite Tors Trail near Fairbanks, Alaska
May – One of the entrance tors along the west end of the Granite Tors Trail near Fairbanks, Alaska | Purchase Print
The aurora borealis dances over Angel Rocks in late April
June – The aurora borealis dances over Angel Rocks in late April | Purchase Print
A grizzly wanders through the brush in Denali National Park
July – A grizzly wanders through the brush in Denali National Park | Purchase Print
A gorgeous, glowing, blue glacier cave under the terminal moraine of the Canwell Glacier in the Eastern Alaska Range
August – A gorgeous, glowing, blue glacier cave under the terminal moraine of the Canwell Glacier in the Eastern Alaska Range | Purchase Print
A rainy day at McHugh Creek off the Seward Highway along Turnagain Arm
September – A rainy day at McHugh Creek off the Seward Highway along Turnagain Arm near Anchorage, Alaska | Purchase Print
The aurora borealis exploding over the entire sky
October – The aurora borealis exploding over the entire sky – taken from my backyard in Fairbanks, Alaska | Purchase Print
A snowshoe hare finds some fallen alder leaves on the snow in April
November – A snowshoe hare finds some fallen alder leaves on the snow in April | Purchase Print
One of the giant Granite tors at the Windchimes on the shoulder of Mt. Prindle in the White Mountain National Recreation Area
December – One of the giant Granite tors at the Windchimes on the shoulder of Mt. Prindle in the White Mountain National Recreation Area | Purchase Print
Self-portrait in a glacier cave under the Canwell Glacier
Front Cover (Calendar has text over photo) – Self-portrait in a glacier cave under the Canwell Glacier | Purchase Print
Back Cover (Calendar has text and sample images over the photo) – Macro photo of a snowflake with a beautiful hexagonal core | Purchase Print

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