ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French calendier, from Latin kalendarium ‘account book,’ from kalendae
The end of the year means people, well some people, turn to thinking about calendars. The first batch of my 2017 calendars just arrived. Back by popular demand after being on hiatus for a few years. As always the hardest part of making a calendar is sifting through a pile of images and picking just thirteen, a cover shot plus one for each month. We also went with a more modern style this time for the interior pages.
Looking through it made me realize how many more details you notice when looking at a printed image than looking at a computer display. Not sure why that is but there you go.