The 2013 City of Grand Junction calendar has been out for a little while now, so I thought I’d make a quick post to show off my photos that were chosen. Each year the City of Grand Junction creates a calendar that they send out to everyone in the city. This is the first year I have submitted photos for use in this calendar since I didn’t have many local photos that I thought were good enough to submit before. I made an effort over the last year to concentrate on making some local images so that I could finally submit a few. They ended up choosing two of my photos for the calendar, so I guess the extra effort paid off.
I have a small photo of a Ute petroglyph panel in Big Dominguez Canyon for the month of February, which is nice since my birthday is also in February.
The second photo chosen is one of my favorites from this last monsoon season at the Colorado National Monument. Even though this photo is at the very end, it’s the only other full-sized photo in the calendar besides the cover. Plus, if anyone is looking up a city phone number they will see it.
If you do not live within the city limits but would like to pick up a copy of the calendar, you can also stop by and get one for free at City Hall.