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On sale now: 25th John Muir Trust Wild Nature diary & calendar

Written by Fiona

October 25 2019

The 2020 editions of the Wild Nature Diary and Wild Nature Calendar, which are published and edited by professional photographer John Beatty in partnership with the John Muir Trust, are now on sale.

his is the 25th anniversary of the publication of these beautiful products filled with amazing photography. The images are drawn from Britain’s finest landscape and wildlife photographers with direct experience of encounters of the natural world.

Each image tells its own inspiring story capturing the wild beauty of nature for all to see. The diary and calendar would make great Christmas gifts.

Wild Nature Diary

Commissioned by the John Muir Trust in Scotland to help promote its work in wild land conversation, the diary features 60 inspiring images that showcase some of the best wild nature and landscape photography in Britain. The diary is in a week-to-week format offering ample space to write for each day of the year.

Wild Nature Calendar

The Wild Nature Calendar features 12 spectacular large images also showcasing some of the best landscape and nature photography in Britain. This compact calendar hangs vertically in a clear, page-by-month design with maximum space to write each day.

Who is John Beatty?

John Beatty is an internationally renowned travel, wildlife and adventure photographer, who has travelled all over the world. Recent expeditions include Ethiopia, the High Arctic, Rajasthan and Mongolia.

John commented: ‘This year I’ve introduced some exciting new photographers’ works. The brilliance and finesse of these images makes my job as editor one of enormous enjoyment, making this year’s edition a joy to behold full of the wonders of the natural world.

Buy at Wild Nature. Prices: Diary £15, Calendar £12 – 10% discount if more than one product is
bought, excluding postage and packing.

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