Hello to my wonderful community,

Since 2009, I’ve been on an incredible professional journey—one that has led me through diverse landscapes, across continents, and into the heart of some of the world’s most captivating places. As a full-time travel and landscape photographer, each photograph I’ve taken is more than just a snapshot; it’s a chapter of a story, a moment of connection, a piece of a larger tapestry woven from years of dedication and passion.

Today, I’m thrilled to unveil a special project that encapsulates these experiences: My A3 Wall Calendars for 2024.

1. Western Australia: This calendar is more than just a visual treat. It’s a deep dive into the heart of our magnificent homeland, capturing its diverse moods and moments. Every page is a tribute to Western Australia’s unparalleled beauty.


2. International Landscapes: Journey with me through the pages of this calendar, from the enigmatic pyramids of Egypt to the serene landscapes of Japan, and the icy wonders of Antarctica. It’s a testament to years of exploration and the stories that have shaped my career.

As we look ahead to 2024 and think of meaningful gifts for our loved ones or sources of daily inspiration for ourselves, I’m offering these calendars at a special pre-order price of $25, down from the regular $35. These calendars make for great gifts, something that will brighten up the homes or offices of your friends and family for an entire year!

Beyond the images, it’s the narrative behind each shot that truly resonates. The early dawns, the challenges, the unexpected joys, and the sheer thrill of capturing a fleeting moment in time. As you turn the pages of these calendars, I invite you to journey with me, to relive these moments, and to be a part of the story.

Thank you for being an integral part of this incredible journey. Here’s to a 2024 filled with wonder, exploration, and cherished memories.

Please note that this is a pre-order special offer, the calendars will be printed in Perth, Western Australia in October and shipping will start by the end of October / early November.


Paul Pichugin

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