Donald Ford Images - Scotland's golf and landscape photographer

Landscape Wall Calendar 2019

"...it remains - by far - the best Scottish Calendar we have ever given to our clients..."

Donald's A3-sized wall calendars ( now in their twenty first year of publication ) continue to be at the top of company and individual shopping lists for year-end client marketing requirements or personal gifts. Once again his skill in capturing the beauty and diversity of the Scottish landscape will be showcased in spectacular fashion.  The 2019 cover picture is a beautiful autumn view over Faskally House to the hills above Pitlochry. A glorious sunrise silhouettes the Bass Rock out in the Firth of Forth, while a dramatic view of the Cuillin Ridge in Skye (from an angle not often photographed), is superb. Flurries of white morning cloud frame the summit of Ben Nevis, an iconic shot over Linlithgow Loch to the ancient palace and church, and another classic autumn view across Princes Street Gardens reveals a stunning composition to the castle and its autumnal surrounds.  A mirror image of Loch of the Lowes, winter around Loch Tulla, dawn over Lossiemouth Bay,  Cul Beag in Assynt and a gorgeous North Uist cottage are also terrific constituents of the "new team".

The successful 'cover plus twelve-page' format remains as before, with previous, current and upcoming months in view on each page.

Retail copies of the Scottish Landscape Calendars for 2019 are now in stock and may be ordered from our online shop 

Corporate versions of the Scottish Landscape Calendars for 2019 are now in stock and special pricing arrangements can be made for bulk purchases. Please contact our marketing consultant, David Willis, at  david@andersonprinters.com  for details.

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