My Lyon 2010 calendar is now on Amazon!

December 10, 2009 at 11:19 am

The good news is that my calendar is available on Amazon — you can buy it via this link. The bad news is that, although they just posted the description, there aren’t any previews available on the Amazon page.** However, you can preview four images from the 12-month wall calendar on the Lulu.com page. As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, the main advantage of buying from Amazon is that its shipping costs typically are lower than Lulu’s, although Lulu does offer discounts from time to time, particularly on weekends.

I’ll repeat the description here:

A paean to Lyon, France, showcasing the city’s natural beauty as well as some of its architectural landmarks and monuments. Photos of the historic town center known as “Vieux Lyon,” with its cobblestone streets and medieval towers, alternate with serene images of a sprawling park at the north end of the city and of the majestic Saône River. Toward the end, the calendar depicts some of the shimmering displays that dazzle tourists and residents alike during the Festival of Lights every December. Both American and French holidays are listed.

All photographs © 2006/2008 Jan Berinstein.

PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of this calendar will be split 50:50 with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Please let your contacts — Francophiles and others — know about the availability of the calendar on Amazon.

I think the photos capture the essential charm and scenic majesty of Lyon. I hope you enjoy them.

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**Addendum as of 12/15/2009: I’ve just uploaded three additional images from the calendar to the Amazon page, in essence creating a preview. I might add one more at some point in the next couple of days. Also note that Lulu has provided a number of coupon codes on this page; be sure to look at the entire page. These particular coupons expire on December 24th.

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