12:31PM, Saturday 05 December 2015
A self-taught artist with a love for Windsor has created a calendar for the fourth year running.
Massimiliano Muratori, of Harrogate Court, Langley, has worked at the Royal Windsor Information Centre for the last five years.
The 45-year-old said: “Since working here I've become more and more interested in Windsor and after work I would find a place outdoors and start a picture.
“Many a time I have had to stop because of rain and then complete the picture on another occasion.
“It has also brought me closer to the people of Windsor who pass by and are curious to see what I’m doing.
“I’m often asked if I’ve exhausted the potential of places of interest for a future calendar but it never fails to amaze me how the castle can be viewed from so many different angles whilst also discovering new places of interest off the beaten track, so to speak.”
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