Calendars and Pictures

2015-11-12 17:41:10.000 – Ryan Knapp, Weather Observer/Staff Meteorologist


Looking at our 2015 calendar, it is weird to think 2016 is only ~49 days away (as of this writing). The year 2015 felt like it went by in a flash, at least for me. With 2015 coming to a close, that means our, and maybe your, wall calendars will soon be obsolete. Luckily, for the third year now, I have put together a few Mount Washington Observatory calendars to replace your soon-to-be obsolete calendar. This year we have not just two but three to choose from; all of them compiled from some of our most popular images we have posted to Facebook and elsewhere. If interested in checking them out head HERE. And if interested in buying one or two, our publisher is offering a 30% off coupon. Just enter NOVFLASH30 when checking out. Coupon codes are case sensitive and the offer ends November 12 at 11:59 PM EST. If we learn of any additional codes to pass along to you to save money, we will post them to our Facebook page.
While each of our calendars will provide you with a dozen or so images to admire, we also off our images individually with sizes varying from small to large (available HERE). I try to update our image portfolio every two weeks pulling from our most popular and interesting images posted on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Observer Comments. While a lot make the cut, not all of them do. So if there is ever an image posted that you like that doesn’t make the cut in our updates, please just let us know and we would be more than willing to make it/them available. And addressing two of our most common questions: yes, the watermark is removed upon purchase and yes, panoramic images can be purchased in full. Instructions to do so are usually appended in the image’s description section.
If you do decide to purchase a calendar or picture, let me say, “Thank you!” All purchases help fund our member supported Observatory.  


Ryan Knapp, Weather Observer/Staff Meteorologist

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