Incredible images from some of the best photographers adorn the newly released Wild Nature Diary and Calendar.
Renowned cameraman John Beatty has edited 12 months of fabulous photographs to produce these Christmas crackers.
Working with the John Muir Trust, Beatty has created a special focus on the biodiversity of mountain environments and the result is a truly beautiful piece of artwork to enjoy each month.
There are 60 images which tell their story in the wire bound diary and this is presented in a clear, week to week design with captions explaining the picture, along with location maps and a foreword from Scottish poet Kathleen Jamie.
The compact calendar features 12 spectacular large images which showcase some of Britain’s most impressive landscapes and nature and each month has ample space for those all-important reminder notes.
Internationally renowned photographer and adventurer John, whose recent expeditions include Ethiopia and the High Arctic said:
“This year we have all only just re-opened our doors to the nature around us, after a long period of confinement. To me, it is more vibrant and wondrous than ever before. I can see and feel and breath in the nature around me.
“This year I have introduced some exciting new photographers works – the brilliance of these images makes my work as Editor one of enormous enjoyment in the making of this year’s editions which are packed with land and seascapes, wildlife, plants and textures of nature.”
The diary is priced at £15 and the calendar at £12, with a 10% discount available if more than one product is bought, excluding postage and packing.
For more information and to purchase the diary and calendar, please visit: https://wild-nature.co.uk or follow Wild Nature Diary on Facebook and @wildnaturediary on Twitter and Instagram.
Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.
Photographs courtesy of Wild Nature