2010 Loreto Calendar: Photo submissions by Bill Doyle

The net proceeds from the 2010 calendar will benefit the children of the Internado School in Loreto.

In our continuing quest for beautiful and interesting photos for the 2010 Loreto Calendar, this third installment includes the photo submissions from Bill Doyle who owns TCC Loreto in Loreto, BCS.

The net proceeds from the 2010 calendar will benefit the children of the Internado School in Loreto. Last year, the Loreto Calendar raised $1,376 for Animalandia. This year, I am hoping we, as a community, can do even better.

Once again, if you have a favorite photo, post a comment and let us know! I’ll keep you updated on when the 2010 Loreto Calendar will be available for ordering.

To see the complete set of photos submitted, access this gallery.

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  • Jim Hallett FN 467

    The "interesting" photos are great, entertaining, fun. They also don't work on a calendar. On a calendar you want something that is pleasant to look at for a full month–the equivalent of a picture you would hang on your wall.

  • Jim Hallett FN 467

    The "interesting" photos are great, entertaining, fun. They also don't work on a calendar. On a calendar you want something that is pleasant to look at for a full month–the equivalent of a picture you would hang on your wall.

  • Jim Hallett FN 467

    The "interesting" photos are great, entertaining, fun. They also don't work on a calendar. On a calendar you want something that is pleasant to look at for a full month–the equivalent of a picture you would hang on your wall.