With a new year comes a new calendar as there are so many things to keep track of and from Rock Point Publishing and Quarto Knows comes Starry Nights which features from Arizona to Maine and Canada to Iceland, photographer Jack Fusco captures the majesty of the night sky as it rests above rivers, fields, mountains and the sea. Whether hiking to the tops of canyons for the best framing, braving single-digit temperatures to wait for the perfect position of heavenly bodies or racing across islands to capture brilliant explosions of Northern lights, Fusco brings his artistic sensibilities, master planning, and technical expertise together to create awe-inspiring images. The 16-month calendar runs September 207 thru December 2018.
The other calendar I got is Day of the Dead is a traditional celebration which includes sugar skulls that are given as a gift to the living and adorn the altars of the deceased. With their toothy grins and bright colors, the artwork featured in the Day of the Dead calendar pays homage to the ancestors and the history behind the tradition. This 16-month calendar which runs September 2017 through December 2018 allows you to enjoy gorgeous, vibrant sugar school artwork year round.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed the starry night's calendar as it’s just so beautiful with photography and truly breathtaking. The day of the dead calendar also has some interest in’s sugar skulls and their brightly colored in such a great calendar as well.
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