Georgina Brown Galleries: 2018 ‘Images of Selby’ calendar

Final front cover image for A4.jpgFinal back cover for A4 2018 calendar.jpgFinal front cover for 2018 slim calendar.jpgFinal back cover for 2018 slim calendar.jpg1_January_Mist upon Selby Abbey.jpg2_February_The George Inn by Night.jpg3_March_Evening Selby Canal Walk.jpg4_April_Selby Toll Bridge.jpg5_May_Spring at Selby Park.jpg6_June_Selby Monday Market.jpg7_July_Selby Park Pavillon.jpg8_August_Summer at Selby Park.jpg9_September_Sunset at Selby Park.jpg10_October_Autumnal Light at Selby Canal.jpg11_November_Selby Abbey at Night.jpg12_December_Christmas at Gowthorpe.jpg

2018 Images of Selby calendar

As a one-off special, I have decided to put together a calendar representing the town of Selby for 2018.

All images are in full colour including atmospheric images of its famous Abbey, the bountiful park, the tranquil canal and the busy, yet lively market town captured in all kinds of changeable seasons and times of day.

These 2018 ‘Images of Selby’ calendars are available in two different formats – slim (420 x 148mm) and A4 (210 x 297mm), which opens to A3.

This vibrant and colourful calendar is sure to grace any room whether in the office or home.

My calendars previously have travelled around the world as far as Russia, Canada and Australia.

These calendars make superb presents for your family, relatives and friends, whether for Christmas, birthday or perhaps an ideal gift to treat yourself.

All photographs © Georgina Brown

Calendars can be ordered online: http://www.georginabrown.co.uk/shop-online/yorkshire-calendars/

 

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Georgina Brown ~ Artist & Photographer

Working as a professional photographer and artist, I take responsibility for my own personal and professional development in photography through self-directed projects.  I strive to create colourful, innovative and dynamic images that may not have been seen before.  Constantly seeking new and refreshing ideas, I am forever inspired by stunning photographic images of Yorkshire and around the world. 

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