2018 Calendar: Inspired by Scotland’s Great Outdoors

My calendar, now in its eighth year, celebrates the beautiful landscapes of Scotland throughout the seasons. Printed at size A3 on professional quality satin art paper with robust wire binding, the appointments calendar makes the ideal Christmas gift for anyone who loves the great outdoors.

“Traveling Scotland a number times in recent years we fell in love with the Scottish landscape. We discovered Karen Thorburn’s photography work while doing research of traveling sites of the Highlands. We immediately felt a connection with her as her photography has a personal connection with the landscape of the Highlands. We have enjoyed her calendars the past few years, this year purchasing multiple for both home and office.”
– Tom Zander, Seattle, USA

Calendars can be purchased from the shop on my main website here.

Thank you for your support this year and best wishes for the festive season!

2 thoughts

  1. Season’s greetings to you too. I hope 2018 holds only joyful surprises. Thank you for all the beauty you’ve offered. A question, as I think about my plans for 2018. What are May-June like for travelling in your part of the world? Insofar as we can any longer predict weather! And would a week give me a chance to see something? – obviously not enough.

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    1. Hi again Meg. I hope you had a lovely Christmas and New Year. What are your plans for 2018? I’m glad to be into a new year and have that feeling of a fresh start. We’ve had a few really wet and cold summers in recent years (although last summer was nice) and some parts of Scotland have become too busy, e.g. Skye. May, June, September and October are my favourite months. The weather is usually decent (although last September was dire) and places are generally quieter than during the height of summer. I guess you’d only scratch the surface in a week but I’m sure you’d have an amazing time all the same. I’m glad you’re planning another trip to Europe! I imagine you must be missing your family in Poland.

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