free 2014 calendars

2014 calendar Teapot Dome Service Station Zillah WA2014, as in 2 x 19 x 53, is upon us. And a new year means new calendars and 2014 is no different.

What began years ago as a limited print run for friends, family, & business partners has morphed into a tradition of free calendars shared with one and all online. This year’s calendars are probably the 13th or 14th year I’ve done them. I’ve lost track and I’m too lazy to get up and dig around looking for the first one I did way back when.

The first of this year’s calendars features the Teapot Dome Service Station in Zillah WA. Lisa and I stumbled across this landmark while driving back from Walla Walla. What a gem. It’s in really great shape for something built in 1922 and harkens to the Teapot Dome Scandal.

2014 calendar call before you digI love infrastructure, things like cell towers, power substations, antenna farms, your local Central Office, etc. Fiber fascinates me. I took this shot in Tacoma WA in May 2013. This is the kind of street photography I find myself doing nowadays.

I love infrastructure, things like cell towers, power substations, antenna farms, your local Central Office, etc. Fiber fascinates me. I took this shot in Tacoma WA in May 2013. This is the kind of street photography I find myself doing nowadays.

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My calendars are 8.5" x 11" with high resolution JPGs. Use the photo settings on your inkjet printer. Full bleeds that go edge to edge can be printed without a white border on many Epson inkjet printers. In the Printing Preferences dialog box, click the Advanced button. You can select Borderless if you choose the certain paper types, even it isn’t the paper you’re using. Simply click through the nusance dialog box.

2014 calendar Bell System manhole coverIt’s still early December so there’s a really, really good chance I’ll do one or more before the year is up so set a bookmark and check back later.

Continuing with the infrastructure theme, I couldn’t resist the shot of a manhole cover knowing that fiber was below. Whenever I see someone working in one, I try to peer into the hole to see what’s down there.

2014 isn’t a leap year. Sochi is hosting the winter Olympics. We have to suffer through midterm elections. Speaking of politicians, the U.S. and the U.K. are scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan at the end of 2014. Lastly, January 31st is the Lunar New Year and March 2nd is Losar.

More 2014 calendars are available at azalea dot com



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