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Calendars.comSee America 2014 Easel Desk Calendar
See America with this beautiful easel desk calendar perched on your desk. Travel by rail, auto, or air to some of our most stunning National Parks including Glacier, Yellowstone, and Yosemite. See the Statue of Liberty and the Redwoods! This calendar features 12 vintage images from the 1920s through
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Customer Reviews for See America 2014 Easel Desk Calendar
Cons: colors lack vitality (makes sense since their old), need side-by-side dual month option, no new creative fresh photo images or artwork, no new creative fresh easel design options
Several years ago we got a beautiful, colorful, creative side-by-side dual month-at-a-time easel calendar with stunningly crisp nature photography. We've returned each year since then, looking for something even half as nice and, frankly, have been greatly disappointed year in and year out. Every one of these easel calendars lack any vitality or creativity. The colors are drab and the artwork is simply a collection of old lithograph prints, old postcards or old... whatever. There's nothing new (besides, of course, the actual dates on the calendar!)... Please, please, please, please, give us some sort of an easel calendar that we can put up at our front desk for our patients that doesn't look like it came straight out of an old, dusty trunk in the attic. Those nature photographs from several years ago were great! But, really, ANYTHING fresh and different would be welcome at this point...
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Review 2 for See America 2014 Easel Desk Calendar
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Date:January 23, 2014
I love the easel calendars for a look at a glance option at my desk…See America is another retro calendar and the photos are fun … it does not have the color level of others I have had in the past they are more subdued in appearance …