As is my annual tradition, I’ve made a one-size-fits-most 2015 calendar for your computer desktop, using photos from our travels. In past years we’ve roamed more widely, but this year we’ve mostly stayed within US borders — with the exception of a trip to Istanbul (you’ll find those photos gracing June and July).
Please enjoy! Once you’ve downloaded, open the compressed file and read the About document for more information.
Click the image to download the calendar.
Very happy holidays to you, my dear friends and readers, and thank you for the encouragement, conversation, and camaraderie. I wish you all the best in 2015!
Somewhat technical info:
- The calendar is about 55 MB. (Truth be told, these days I don’t even know if that counts as a big file. If you need a smaller-sized version, let me know — especially if you’re a friend.)
- It downloads as a compressed (zipped) file, which includes two versions: regular and widescreen. The regular images are 4000 x 3000, while widescreen images are 3842 x 2397.
- The “calendar” is totally manual — you’ll have to change the photo yourself, every month (just like flipping the page on an old-school wall calendar!).
- The calendar text is placed wherever it makes most sense aesthetically (as you can see from the above photos), so you may have to move icons around if you want the numbers to be visible every month.