Along side the Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring editions of my Four Seasons range I do a bonus money can't buy calendar. In 2019 that was the first time I printed the Marshmallow Farmer calendars. They were available for sale last year. In 2020 following my love of black and white photography I collated and printed these 13 photographs for some very special people. As these weren't for sale for many this is the first time they will be seeing these images. Every photograph was shot in camera as black and white, these are not colour photographs converted to black and white, so if you want a colour version sorry.

This year and every year moving forward the money can't buy calendar range will be called The Master Collection. Be the biggest buyer of my photographs before they are released to guarantee yourself one of only 12 copies.

After multiple years of selling out my Limited Edition Calendars for the very first time I've released A3 sized archival quality prints as an extremely limited edition of 4.

Each photograph is A3 sized printed on 16"x20" archival quality paper.

The details of which month of which Four Seasons Calendar is featured in the centre underneath each image, with my digital signature and the edition of the print in the right hand corner.

Choose your favourite month or the front cover image.

Front Cover -This beautiful signet photograph was taken along the Paynesville foreshore in Victoria, Australia.
January - A sleepy koala on Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia
February - A kangaroo in the shade on Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia
March - An above water photograph of a fish and a jellyfish on Burrabogie Island, Victoria, Australia
April - An echidna on Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia
May - An iconic kookaburra on Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia
June - Some newly hatched signets, and an egg yet to hatch still be guarded by a black swan on Burrabogie Island, Victoria, Australia
July - Occasionally a sky shot works better in black and white than in colour. Boats at Burrabogie Island, Victoria, Australia
August - Yes I was close. No I didn't touch the koala. Yes they look cute and cuddly, they are also wild animals. If you don't want someone walking into your house and touching you, don't touch them. If you do want that still don't. Otherwise enjoy trying to spot as many as you can on Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia
September - A kangaroo on Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia
October - An evil pelican on Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia. Ok it probably wasn't evil but look at those eyes.
November - An above water photograph of fish and jellyfish on Burrabogie Island, Victoria, Australia
December - A long exposure Sunset from Raymond Island looking back towards the mainland, Victoria, Australia. Sunsets in black and white rarely work but this one did.

These Calendars were never available for sale, don't miss out on owning a larger version of the calendar photographs printed by one of my most trusted photograph printers.

Each photograph is a limited edition of 4.

Four Seasons 2022 will be officially launched at the 2021 Ballarat International Foto Biennale.