Canard Calendar

Click on the link for your desired resolution, and save the picture to your own computer and use it as your desktop-picture. If you have Windows you can right-click after the picture is downloaded and choose “Set as background”. The pictures used is kindly donated by the photographer or the owner/pilot of the aircraft.

If you have a nice picture I can use, please send it to me. The picture should be with as high resolution as possible.

 

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The 2018 calendar is here

19 thoughts on “Canard Calendar”

  1. Do you still have a page for the prior years calendars? I’d like to be able to see those as well as the current year. You featured my Dad, Wally Loewen, last year, and many other months are of interest as well.

  2. Could you put the next month up a day earlier so people “down under” can get it on the first of the month?

  3. I really would like to be able to see or download the older pictures, at least for the last 12 months. Thanks !
    Bruce Hughes

  4. Is it possible to put a small write up of where and what the picture is ie. “Long ez C-EZPZ over the Alps of Switzerland”. You have beautiful aircraft and scenery in your in calendar creations that I would like to know a little more about!

    1. I tried to keep track of this information, but I had to give it up. Many pictures are taken and shared without any knowledge of the plane or the pilot.

  5. “Internal Server Error” when trying to download Raw 2010, and Raw Aug, Sep, Oct 2011.
    Thank you for sharing your experience!

    1. I’m sorry but it looks like some of the old calendar pictures have been lost. I guess it happened during a move to a new hosting service.

  6. October 2019 image is Damon Meyers Cozy 3 N22AZ. This picture was taken at sunset August 28th on the Ramp in front of Jetguys hanger in Covington TN (Mo4).

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