Four Seasons 2023 Photographic Prints by Neville Hiatt

A4 Calendars which open to A3 come ready to hang on your wall are selling quickly. They feature a photograph a month on the top of the calendar with the dates in boxes on the lower half. The calendars are an edition of 12.

The archival quality wall prints feature an A3 photograph printed on 16"x20" Kodak Endura Metallic paper. The title of the image along with the artist name and edition number is written underneath each image. The prints are an extremely limited edition of 4.

I love the warmth and water activities of Summer. The photograph I chose for the front cover of this years calendar features a couple of rainbow lorikeets. They are one of my favourite birds, I love their character.

All photographs were shot during summer 2021/2022.

January - This spectacular multicolored sunrise reflected across the water is the only sunrise in this years four seasons collection.

February - Rocks at the beach, can you find a special one?

March - A juvenile pacific gull perched on a rock extruding out of the water.

April - A signet almost camouflaged among the hues of brown at the waters edge.

May - A koala joey hitching a ride to the next branch of gum leaves.

June - A duckling who can already fly.

July - Sing along with me now, Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree..

August - A koala so posed it looks stuffed, but it's real.

September - A rare sighting of a juvenile pacific gull in flight, I love these birds.

October - A solitary rosella set against the Australian landscape.

November - How well do you know your bird species, do you know this one?

December - A couple of Aussie ladies enjoying a memorable summer sunset.

This year I'll be making a donation from every calendar and print sold to both the Sanghaya Foundation Inc & Hungry Children Foundation, two causes close to my heart.

2023 Four Seasons Summer calendars and prints are available while stocks last.

Complimentary calendar with every print while available.

Prints are printed on demand and shipping time will vary depending on lead time at the printers.