Nature lovers have the chance to look at some of Britain’s finest and wildest scenes and animals every day.
Renowned photographer John Beatty has teamed up with the John Muir Trust to create a beautiful Wild Nature Diary and Calendar for 2024.
The diary is presented in a clear, week-to-week design with informative captions to go with stunning photographs ranging from puffins in The Shetlands to hare grooming in Norfolk.
The wire bound diary oozes luxury and has a foreward from singer, musician and storyteller Karine Polwart, with each image telling its own story and a perfect companion for busy lives.
Supported by the John Muir Trust to help promote its work in preserving wild lands, the diary features 60 inspiring images which showcase some of the best wild nature and landscape photography in Britain.
The calendar features 12 spectacular large images also featuring stunning images from the beautiful Isle of Eigg to a panoramic and misty forest scene.
Compact with a page by month design, the calendar hangs vertically and features Beatty’s best from the white sands of the machair in Northwestern Scotland to the wild moors of the Derbyshire Pennines.
John Beatty commented:
“It is with great pleasure to announce the publication of our annual Wild Nature Diary and Calendar 2024. The John Muir Trust is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Congratulations to the trust, we are proud to have been partners for nearly 30 of those years.
“Each year we introduce new photographers to our pages, exemplifying our dedication to fostering a variety of perspectives. Their craft and their talent for capturing awe-inspiring moments in the natural world are a delight to explore each year. I hope you enjoy the magnificence of wild nature, its landscapes, seasons, plant life and creatures in these pages, throughout the year.”
The diary retails at £16.50 and the calendar at £13.00, with a 10 per cent discount if more than one product is bought, excluding postage and packing. For more information and to purchase the diary and calendar, please visit: www.wild-nature.co.uk.
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.
Images courtesy of Wild Nature