March 2023 Calendars

A few days late, but not as late as February.

Note: you should see eight calendars in this post . . . if you don’t, just reload the page as sometimes they’re slow to load.

Since I have mucho many AI offerings, I will be using them for the calendars. . . or I will until I get tired of AI-created stuff. Here is the first of the January offerings:

The printable files for the monthly calendars will all be uploaded HERE. The January calendars are there, and I’ll add each month’s calendar as I create them. You should then have the option to download any or all the files.

If you have a color printer — and you so desire — you should be able to print them on 8.5×11 letter-size paper. As mentioned, if you don’t have a color printer, you can print the color versions in grayscale or just print the monochrome versions. I could have made an A4 version, but unless requested, these will all be Letter-sized.

I’ve also turned on the download option for the SmugMug Gallery (HERE), so you could also download them from there . . . and let me know if it does — or does not — work. One thing, it will download whatever size you’re looking at. View full-size to download the full-size version. (The Google option is probably easier.)

No, I won’t be offended if no one downloads them. Part of doing this is to keep in practice with some Photoshop features, so, again, it’s for my benefit.

As before, I don’t expect anyone — in this digital assistant age — to actually use a paper calendar, but a few readers said they’ve used them, so I’ll continue to offer them.

So, March . . . as can be seen in the first calendar, the month is, for the most part, still a pretty bleak month . . . but, you know, the snow is beginning to recede a bit, and we have the beginning of the yearly runoff . . .

But make no mistake; if you’re heading out, it’s best to still wear weather protection . . .

Still, March is when we also see the Spring Migration . . .

Depending on where you are, March also sees flowering trees risk sprouting delicate blooms, often too trustingly of the fickle month.

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