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Friday, 12 September 2014

Rondeau memories in a calendar

From time to time I have had people ask me about photos, sometimes even stopping me on the trail when they've seen me intently photographing some subject or landscape, asking if I had photos of the park that they could get as memories of their time at Rondeau. As a result, I decided to go out on a limb and produce a calendar, which has been printed locally.

I sorted through many hundreds of images which were taken prior to 2014. The resulting photos were chosen to represent a broad range of subjects, illustrating some of the natural diversity that Rondeau has to offer.

It is a limited edition 2015 calendar, entitled Rondeau...naturally, and is now available at the Friends of Rondeau store in the Visitor Centre during open hours (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.) from Thursday-Sunday until the end of October. It is also available at the Park Office when it is open Monday-Friday (or if you happen to catch it open on a weekend) both now and also after October.

The cost is $17.70 plus taxes, with proceeds going to support park programs.

Here is a preview. Each photo measures ~ 9" X 12", so when it is hanging on the wall it will be ~ 18" X 12". (Please note that the © P. Allen Woodliffe you see in the photos below does not appear on the actual calendar, just here on this blog site.)
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January--Ice Shingles
February--Winter Whitetail
March--Great Blue Heron
April--On the Prowl
May--Scarlet Tanager
June--Common Yellowthroat in Song
July--Marsh Magnificence
August--Sunrise over Rondeau Bay
September--Monarch Migration
October--Touch of Autumn
November--Southeast Beach
December--Foggy Morning on Harrison Trail




























2 comments:

  1. Allen, a great calendar! I recognized that Scarlet Tanager as the one gracing the 2014 Rondeau Information Guide. I might try to pick one up on my next Rondeau Visit.

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    1. Thanks, Dwayne. Yes the Scarlet Tanager already has some profile in the Information Guide.....good for you for noticing. It is such an appealing bird, I thought I would include it on the calendar. I had such an amazing time photographing this bird in the forest of Rondeau I thought I would give it some more profile.

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