Calendar Time Again!
It's time to order your 2013 calendars again! Each year, we create a wall calendar that consists of images taken only during the previous year; namely 2012. We will continue to create these special photo calendars to sell on our website. However, this year Life's Canvas Photography is going to do something a little bit different. In addition to the Annual Calendar, we are also creating additional calendars.
Because our shopping cart is still under construction, please send an email to
and let us know how many calendars you want and an address where we can send them. We'll send you all the necessary information needed to purchase a calendar or two.
Currently our wall calendars cost $15.95 plus shipping.
Buy any two calendars for $30.00 plus shipping, and we'll send a FREE 5x7 print just for you!
Butterfly on Flaming Azalea
Macro Magic Calendar
Our first calendar is now available and we have dubbed it our Macro Magic Calendar. This calendar is a compilation of "up close & personal" digital photos we have taken over the years; some of which we think are quite amazing. For those of you who are familiar with our calendar, you'll find a repeat of images used in past calendars. We find these images to be the best closeup shots we've taken to date.................in our humble opinion of course. Worth noting, we have had friends and family suggest we caption our calendars so you know what each image represents.
The slideshow shows all the pictures that will be included in the 2013 Macro Magic Calendar. While some of these images may not be deemed "macro" by some, professionals or otherwise, we think they come pretty darned close.
5 O'clock Somewhere Chairs
Every year, we create an Annual Calendar of images taken in the past year only. If you've ever had one of our calendars before, then you'll want to buy our Annual Calendar because no image is repeated from one year to the next.
National Parks are on our proverbial bucket list, but this year we branched out slightly. Does Niagara Falls (Canadian Side) count as a National Park? Probably not, but you will NOT believe some of the photos we took while visiting our friends to the north.