Photographer Alexander J.E. Bradley in association with Aperture Tours is proud to present the 2017 Calendar. The theme of this year will be the magnificent city of London with 12 full-colour images from across the capital, from Big Ben to Tower Bridge and everything in between.
“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”
― Samuel Johnson
Win a 2017 Calendar!
- Upload an image you took of a cityscape to Instagram before 23h59 GMT on the 24 November 2016
- Make sure you follow @ApertureTours on Instagram
- Tag your photo #ApertureToursLondon
Our judges will pick our favourite image and post it on our blog during the last week of November. You are welcome to post multiple images to increase you chance of winning. If your photo is chosen, we will send you a free copy of our 2017 Calendar.
Buy a 2017 Calendar the old fashion way
London, the old smoke, city of dragons. The constantly changing skyline has a solid understory of history dating back some 2 millennia from its humble beginnings as a trading post. This year I want to pay tribute to the Tower Bridge, the Thames, Big Ben and everything in between. I'll be dishing up 12 delightful images of London in my spectacular 2017 wall calendar.
Calendar size when open: 297 x 420mm (A3)
Calendar size when closed: 297 x 210mm (A4)
The calendars are limited to a run of 100 calendars. Once they are sold, there will be no reprint, so make sure to secure your calendar before they are all gone.
We've dropped the price this year and they're now only €20 plus postage. Postage should be quicker this year to make sure you get the calendars in good time for Christmas.
We have donated over AUD$700 for the "Heather Bradley Memorial Trust" to date, and we will continue to give with AUD$2.50 of every calendar going to the trust at the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation (Victoria, Australia). The trust not only honours the loving memory of my sister, but it also provides a source of income to The Compassionate Friends who assist bereaved parents and siblings in order to provide them with empathy, support and a safe environment in which to grieve, heal and grow.