On Assignment | November 2013
November was a diverse month of assignments. With football winding down and basketball ramping up, sports were busy. Sprinkle in some out of the norm shoots, like a beauty pageant, and it made for a fun month!
December 2013 Free Desktop Wallpaper
For December’s wallpaper, we go back to last Christmas and New Bern’s Christmas tree on display by the Hilton and New Bern Grand Marina. They always do such a great job over there and last year was no exception. Looking forward to getting out there to see it all lit up this year too! Happy Holidays!
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Recapping October’s Assignments
A selection of images from October’s assignments:
November 2013 Desktop Wallpaper
I’m not sure how this slipped past me last month, but October’s wallpaper started the THIRD year of these! In October 2011 I posted my first free wallpaper download and we haven’t missed a month yet. Sometimes it’s a few days late, but missed is the key word :-)
As always, simply right click the image above and “save” or “set as desktop,” depending on your browser.
Also, I ask that you take a minute to browse through the 2014 Carolina Skies wall calendar. Please consider purchasing a copy or two, they make great gifts! The pre-order period ends soon with the first run being made in early to mid-November. I appreciate your support!
2014 Calendar : Carolina Skies
Can’t believe it’s time for this already, and I’m late getting to it at that. The 2014 Carolina Skies calendar is ready for pre-order. This is the fourth annual calendar that I have produced now since moving to North Carolina, and in my opinion the best. One of my biggest goals for the past year was to take one day trip per month to somewhere new in the state. My trips took me to the Outer Banks, lighthouses, Lake Mattamuskeet and more. You’ll find some of these locations within the calendar and I look forward to continuing this day trip plan in 2014. Getting out and seeing more of the state also made me appreciate my little slice of NC more as well. Many of the scenes in this edition were taken no more than a mere 5 minutes from my house.
The calendar features 12 images of North Carolina’s beautiful skies and scenes. It’s printed on high quality, thick stock and measures 8.5” x 11” per panel, with a spiral binding.
Pre-order begins immediately. The calendar costs $30, including free shipping. You can order directly through me via email, Facebook, Tweet, etc., or online here.
Here’s a look at the images in order, from Jan. to Dec. 2014: