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Gladstone Media is a small publishing company located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, specializing in distinctive, high-quality calendars. We painstakingly search through thousands of photographs to select the most stunning calendar images, then lovingly design and print our wall calendars and desk calendars to be the best. We add the little extras: an informative caption by an expert, a thoughtful quote, or an extra photo. We began in 1995 publishing aviation calendars, but have grown to offer a select range of subjects: dog breed calendars, kitten calendars, pets calendars, warbird aviation calendars, modern military aviation calendars, cat calendars, puppy calendars, nature and scenic calendars. We add new titles each year. Take a look at our 2013 titles - available through most major bookstores, or conveniently online at www.gladstonemedia.com, or by calling 800-834-4177.
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The Hippies were Right
06/14/2020

The Hippies were Right

06/07/2020
BBC West

Our Street Art by David Zinn 2021 Calendar arrives in July!

The street artist making us smile during the pandemic.

MaxAir2Air
05/31/2020

MaxAir2Air

Sometimes it's all about the light. This is Ryan Mohr on 10/15/2014

05/15/2020
Woof Woof

Woof Woof

This is the funniest thing I’ve ever seen 😂😂
Check out The Woof Club for more!

Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz
05/15/2020

Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz

Jugs! Two Republic P-47D Thunderbolts over Chino, CA from 2014 at sunset. These both were part of a 4-ship P-47 Thunderbolt formation at the time, with two D bubbletops (shown here) and the only two flying G razorbacks (not shown).
#aviation #aviationphotography #avgeek #airtoair #air2air #ww2 #worldwar2 #p47thunderbolt #pofairshow #planesoffame #airshow #warbird #canon #photography #canon_photos #history
© Britt Dietz - http://www.warbird-photos.com
Instagram: @warbirdphotos
Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz

Vern Clevenger Photography
04/29/2020

Vern Clevenger Photography

January Moonrise - Yosemite

During these crazy times, we are all doing our best to cope. Our hearts and prayers go out to all who have been affected by Coronavirus. For me, it has been a time to review older captures and consider whether my later acquired skills in Lightroom could bring them alive! I have always been quite taken by the above “moment in time”. I may have been breathless with excitement at the time as is common in photography. But the first version processed in Photoshop did not quite produce what I felt I’d witnessed at the moment of capture, so I decided to work on it in Lightroom. Please let me know if you like it! Here is the original story for this image.

“The winter of 2012 was very dry here in the High Sierra. The Tioga Pass Road through Yosemite was still open until late January. This led to several wonderful photographs. When atmospheric conditions are perfect in the winter months, incredible colors occur at sunset. At this time of the year the moon rises far to the north, and with no snow we were able to drive up to Glacier Point. The afternoon seemed a bit dull, but because it was the correct evening for a moonrise right at sunset, my family and I decided to take a chance and drive up to Sentinel Dome in the Park. The clouds stayed overhead until almost 5pm. Within seconds the clouds parted to the west, and I made this capture looking out over Yosemite Valley, Half Dome and all of the Sierra Nevada high country of the Park, as well as the Clark Range in the far distance. The moon rose in the perfect position with impeccable timing. This sunset was one of the most intense light shows that I have ever witnessed in my 40 years of photography.”

All the best,
Margaret and Vern
760 934 5100

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Danmala
03/15/2020

Danmala

Hello everyone! Remember to follow your breathe back to your center, your truth. You are NOT obliged to watch or read things that are promoting fear-based agendas. You can get your information and apply it without sinking into panic. Be vigilant about what you are giving your precious power to. Come back to your Self, your knowingness, your agency. Stay sensible and safe! Sending lots of love!

Danmala
03/14/2020

Danmala

YOU are the calm center, an eternal soul, a manifestation of absolute love. Breathe deeply. Another one from early December. So happy to be sharing these here with you all finally! I love you!

Danmala
03/14/2020

Danmala

YOU are the calm center, an eternal soul, a manifestation of absolute love. Breathe deeply. Another one from early December. So happy to be sharing these here with you all finally! I love you!

Sean Bagshaw Photography
03/03/2020

Sean Bagshaw Photography

Fog. Light. Redwoods.

Canon 5D Mark III, 24-105mm lens at 47mm, 20 seconds, f/11, ISO 100.

Stephen Matera Photographer
02/14/2020

Stephen Matera Photographer

A classic landscape composition (as in the subject is a landscape...not the orientation of the image). Wide angle, strong foreground elements, middle ground detail and a de-emphasized background. What better way to post a throwback Thursday image from about 20 years ago, shot on medium format transparency film? Better yet that it was in Canyonlands National Park. #landscapephotography #wilderness #drobo #throwbackthursday

Greg Vaughn Photography
02/13/2020

Greg Vaughn Photography

Cape Blanco Lighthouse at sunrise with a “Snow Moon” as the full moon sets; Cape Blanco State Park, Oregon coast.

Since ancient times, humans have named the full moons of each month based on seasonal events at that time of year. February is the snowiest month in many locations in the Northern Hemisphere, hence the name Snow Moon. According to timeanddate.com, some Native American tribes called it Hunger Moon, while others named it Storm Moon.

Conditions were just about perfect for moonset photography on the southern Oregon coast last weekend. This image is a composite photo: one capture of the moon was combined with a capture of the lighthouse in Photoshop. The photos were taken minutes apart from the exact same location, and the composite reflects more of what I saw and experienced than a single image would from that viewpoint.

Nikon Z7, Nikkor zoom at 300mm for the lighthouse and 460mm for the moon. Supported by a Sirui W1204 tripod and Acratech GPSS ballhead. Wind block courtesy of Rusty the Trusty Westy.

Stephen Matera Photographer
02/05/2020

Stephen Matera Photographer

The old Perry Como song goes something like this: "The bluest skies you've ever seen are in Seattle. And the hills the greenest green in Seattle." I don't know about the hills but our forests are really green, especially with all this rain we've had lately! So to honor of a January with 30 days of precipitation, I'll share this rainforest shot from a few years back. We could use a little sun here right now! #rainforest #moss #wet #ugh

Greg Vaughn Photography
01/17/2020

Greg Vaughn Photography

Dusk on the dunes at White Sands National Park, New Mexico.
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What do you do when you've got a cloudless sky and no hope of a colorful sunset? Hang out, wait for the sweet light of dusk, and shoot until dark (or in the case of White Sands, until you have to hurry back to your vehicle to exit the park before it closes).

As evening progresses, the powder sugar white sand starts reflecting the color of the sky - on this night a little sunset glow tempered the blue. The light still had direction, coming from the west, and getting down low with a wide-angle lens emphasized the ripples on the dune.

Guy Tal Photography
01/10/2020

Guy Tal Photography

"The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time." ~Mary Oliver

White Sands - Our Newest National Park - Wanders & Wonders
12/22/2019
White Sands - Our Newest National Park - Wanders & Wonders

White Sands - Our Newest National Park - Wanders & Wonders

  As of December 20, 2019, White Sands National Monument is now White Sands National Park. This outstanding natural feature in the Chihuahuan Desert of New Mexico is certainly deserving of National Park status. The new designation comes with additional land being added to the park, and some land wa...

Joseph Rossbach Photography
12/19/2019

Joseph Rossbach Photography

Layers, Eastern Sierra, California

The Eastern Sierra rise high and abruptly from the Owens Valley. The entire range is so dramatic, especially in the winter when snow capped and winter storms hit the mountains. The desert valley receives very little of that precipitation that drops in the mountains creating some magical atmosphere.
This location is one of my favorite locations for early morning. The winter vegetation of cottonwood, sage and rabbit brush creates such amazing layers and the color of the fauna makes for such a great palette.
This is one of those locations overlooked by most visitors and photographers alike as it sits within close proximity to the more dramatic landscape of rocky hills and arches, but is by far my favorite location in that area.
I have a winter workshop here and in Death Valley this coming February 7-11 where we will be visiting many iconic locations inside Death Valley and the Alabama Hills, but also many many off the beaten path locations not on maps or in guide books. Space is limited for this workshop and the booking deadline is quickly approaching to get rooms on time, so if interested don’t delay your registration - https://www.josephrossbach.com/death-valley-the-alabama-hills-photography-workshop

#easternsierras #deathvalley #california #owensvalley #alabamahills #photoworkshops #travel #adventure #outdoors #landscapephotography #photography #photographyworkshop #nature #naturephotography

The Hippies were Right
12/18/2019

The Hippies were Right

17 December 1903, 10:35 a.m. - This Day in Aviation
12/18/2019
17 December 1903, 10:35 a.m. - This Day in Aviation

17 December 1903, 10:35 a.m. - This Day in Aviation

17 December 1903, 10:35 a.m.: Orville and Wilbur Wright, two brothers from Dayton, Ohio, had been working on the development of a machine capable of flight since 1899. They started with kites and gliders before moving on to powered aircraft. At the Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, o...

Guy Tal Photography
12/16/2019

Guy Tal Photography

It seems common among photographers that the purpose of going out into scenic places is to make photographs, to "go shooting," to plan excursions around specific preconceived images. Even in interviews I'm often asked abut my process and methods when I "go photographing." I think this attitude misses a very important point.

At least in my mind, when photographs become the goal for an outing, that outing is doomed from the start to fall short of its potential. Certainly, photography can be fun in itself, but in thinking of the myriad things I have encountered in natural places, there's no question in my mind that many have exceeded any photographic experience I can think of. It is those experiences that I hope for. Photography happens, sometimes, when circumstances are conducive to it, but I never "go photographing." I just go and see what happens.

Photography to me is an expression of some creative highlights in my living experience, and not the other way around—a life altered, limited, or even inhibited in some ways to accommodate making photographs.

"Art is only a means to life, to the life more abundant. It is not in itself the life more abundant. It merely points the way, something which is overlooked not only by the public, but very often by the artist himself. In becoming an end it defeats itself." ~Henry Miller

Guy Tal Photography
12/16/2019

Guy Tal Photography

"Flee, my friend, into your solitude! I see you dazed by the noise of the great men and stung all over by the stings of the little men. Woods and crags know how to keep a dignified silence with you. Be like the tree that you love with its wide branches: silently listening, it hangs over the sea." ~Friedrich Nietzsche

Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz
12/16/2019

Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz

North American P-51D Mustang 'Blondie', formerly 'Sparky' of Sparky Air Racing, over Lake Matthews in 2017 piloted by Brant Seghetti during a quick air to air hop as he departed the Planes of Fame Airshow 2017.
#aviation #aviationphotography #avgeek #airtoair #air2air #ww2 #worldwar2 #p51mustang #blondie #airshow #warbird #canon #photography #canon_photos #history
© Britt Dietz - http://www.warbird-photos.com
Instagram: @warbirdphotos
Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz

Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz
12/13/2019

Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz

A Naval lineage featuring four of the most well known Naval fighters of WW2. Just needs a couple more examples (Avenger, etc) to round out the group! Bottom to top... SBD-5 Dauntless, F4F-2 Wildcat, POF's F4U-1A Corsair, and (technically late/post-war) F8F-2 Bearcat.
#aviation #aviationphotography #avgeek #airtoair #air2air #ww2 #worldwar2 #planesoffame #navy #navalaviation #dauntless #f4ucorsair #f4fwildcat #f8fbearcat #airshow #warbird #canon #photography #canon_photos #history
© Britt Dietz - http://www.warbird-photos.com
Instagram: @warbirdphotos
Warbird Photos Aviation Photography by Britt Dietz

Keri Beevis - Author
12/07/2019

Keri Beevis - Author

David M. Cobb Photography
12/06/2019

David M. Cobb Photography

Had a great time teaching with Canon in White Sands National Monument. After the workshop I explored the dunes one last time on a dark and cloudy day. The sun popped through a hole in the sky for just a few seconds, and I was ready.

Dykinga Photography
12/04/2019

Dykinga Photography

TRULY OTHERWORLDLY

Our Visionary Wild classroom is a gypsum sand wonderland with visual evidence of moving dune fields and life adapting.

David M. Cobb Photography
12/04/2019

David M. Cobb Photography

“The Grand Hoodoo.” This formation reminded me of dinosaur bones. I’m glad the clouds floated by for sunset to add some depth and definition to the sky.

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