It’s time to start thinking about 2021. We all hope that it will be better year? This 2021 wall calendar features some of my favorite images that I captured throughout the year. It will soon be known as the COVID calendar. This year I share with you many of the wonderful people that allow me to tag along, and photograph them doing what they love with their horses.
The monthly images that showcase cowboys, horses and stunning landscapes can let your mind wander to your own experiences in those settings. They can let you dream or help brighten a foggy day.
2021 Calendar Features
- printed on premium heavy gloss paper
- dimensions are 33 cm wide (13″) x 48.5 cm tall (19″)
- wire bound
- lots of room to write on the dates and keep track of the things that you need to know or remember
- images showcasing western lifestyle, ranching and farming life
Images by Month
January – Making tracks
- This team of Beligian horses heads out to the field to feed some cows during the winter season. The 4 horses are all related and were trained by Dave and Geoff Hoar near Innisfail, Alberta.
February – Social distancing
- Three horses sit out a winter snow storm standing head to tail amongst some poplar trees. Are they six feed apart?
March – Crop watchers
- A set of steel grain bins sit on top of a hill looking over the country side with rolling hills of crop stubble below them, and beautiful blue sky with clouds above.
April – Babysitter
- While the cowboys took a coffee break during the neighbour’s branding, one of the rope horses stands watching over the calves in the pen.
May – Shifting weight
- Kevin shifts his weight on Gonzo, the horse as they drag another calf to the crew at a local branding.
June – Thinking time
- A young cowboy waits for his next job, and daydreams about his future.
July – Patchwork
- A row of grain bins east of High River show some upgrades as the sun rises over a good crop of barley.
August – Creek crossing
- Crossing the Jumping Pound creek, together this mother and daughter enjoy a summer ride on their horses.
September – Harvest vibes
- A John Deere combine chews through some malt barley east of Olds, Alberta.
October – Ridge view
- Some cows enjoying grass along the ridge with a gorgeous fall view.
November – Soul’s light
- The most incredible sunset that I’ve ever seen near Acme, Alberta.
December – Cowboy lights
- An old chuckwagon decorated with Christmas lights to celebrate the holiday season.