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New "American Style" Calendars from Edition Boiselle Make Great Holiday Gifts

Gabriele Boiselle loves to expand the boundaries of the ‘traditional’ equine calendar, from a ‘world’s largest’ Panoramic horse calendar measuring nearly three feet wide and two feet high, to a line of datebooks and wall calendars that present the beauty of equine breeds and equestrian disciplines around the world.

Now Edition Boiselle has something uniquely American – calendars in a format with plenty of room for notations!

With the new American format wall calendars, you’ll be able to write down your most important ‘to-dos’ ranging from family appointments to when to deworm the herd. Called ‘Photo Diaries,’ these monthly calendars feature Gabriele’s luscious, full-color images of horses at liberty as well as in peaceful moments, captured during her travels across the globe.

The new format has been in development for some time, as a response to Gabriele’s American fans. “We are very pleased to offer this new style of calendar,” says Gabriele. “We had many requests for wall calendars with space to write in notations and appointments, and this is our first opportunity to offer them, since we wanted to put the same care and attention into th ese calendars as we’ve done in the past.”

There’s an American-format calendar for breeds such as the majestic Friesian and spirited Arabian, saucy donkeys, and for the first time, the gorgeous Kaltblut (Kaltblüter) or Black Forest Horse. Other American-format calendars offer scenes from the Royal Riding School at Bückeburg, or horse breeds ranging from the Mini to the mighty Shire. If you can’t decide, you can always get one for the house and one for the barn. They also make great, reasonably-priced gifts that will delight your favorite horse lovers.

And for the fans of Gabriele’s European-format calendars, there are plenty to choose from. All Edition Boiselle calendars are printed in full color on heavy paper stock, with spiral binding for secure hanging, and in a variety of sizes to fit every need. They are available through both online and storefront equestrian retailers.

ABOUT EDITION BOISELLE: Gabriele Boiselle is a popular equine photographer who shares her images with her fans through calendars, books, and DVDs produced through her company, Edition Boiselle. The 2011 Edition Boiselle calendars will soon be available in the U.S., via equine retailers and online Web sites. Gabriele’ ;s most recent DVD, Gabriele Boiselle Journeys & Photoseminars – Florida, USA, received several awards, including a 2009 Pegasus Award of Excellence (http://www.pegasusawards.com) for outstanding work in video production. Through her workshops in the U.S. and abroad, Gabriele instructs amateur photographers in the art of capturing a horse’s essence through the lens, combining beautiful horses and settings with hands-on lessons and personal instruction. Many new projects are in the works, from a ‘world’s largest’ book on her beloved Arabians to a digital magazine.


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