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32nd Anniversary Edition
The Majestic Pacific Northwest 2024 Calendar

Explore the beauty of the Pacific Northwest in Nancy J. Smith’s 32nd Anniversary limited edition nature photographic calendar. A collection of full-color photographs with fascinating facts about the wildlife and scenery in Oregon and Washington.

Some of the 12 Full-color photographs include: Mt. Hood, OR, Mt. Rainier, WA, Multnomah Falls, OR, Vista House in the Columbia River Gorge, OR, and Three Sisters mountains in Central, OR. Smaller wildlife or wildflower photographs accompany the larger upper photograph with extensive text to help you learn about the flora and fauna found in the Pacific Northwest, a favorite feature of Nancy J. Smith’s calendar series.

In-depth, fascinating facts accompany each of the 24 full-color photographs. $19.99 plus shipping.

  • 12-month wall calendar
  • Holidays and Moon Cycles clearly marked
  • Large Date Blocks
  • Printed in Oregon on recycled paper
  • Closed Size: 11.75" x 9" Open Size: 11.75" x 18"

The 2023 Majestic Pacific Northwest calendar makes a great corporate promotional gift that can be personalized with your company information. Call 503-658-4408 or email: contact us for corporate quantity pricing.

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10-Time National Award-Winner for Best Scenic Photography! Nancy's 2022 Majestic Pacific Northwest Calendar won the Silver Award and the 2021 Majestic Pacific Northwest Calendar won the 1st place, Gold Award for Best Scenic Photography in the Retail, Wall Calendar competition sponsored by the Calendar Marketing Association.

Nancy is proud to sell her calendars at Multnomah Falls Lodge Gift shop in the famous Columbia River Gorge, OR.

A special feature called "Closeup Corner" in "The Majestic Pacific Northwest" series has created an overwhelming response with individuals and corporations alike.

Closeup Corner is a close up view of wildlife, plants and flowers found in the Pacific Northwest. Each image is accompanied by educational and historical text about that particular species.