Spirit is the name of a *charity book project by Scottish photographer John G Moore.
Over the course of Spring 2008-Autumn 2009, John photographed along the 211 mile John Muir Trail through California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. Starting at Yosemite Valley, John travelled south, ending his journey at the highest peak in contiguous USA, Mt Whitney. This critically acclaimed 160 page book contains a selection of beautiful images from his journey.
"John Moore has captured the wild spirit of Scotland’s native son John Muir. We are deeply grateful that sales of this book will benefit Access Adventure, and the legacy of my great-grandfather. Every life is enriched by a powerful connection to the infinite storm of beauty in our wild and natural world, and John Moore’s photography encapsulates this perfectly."
Michael Muir | Director - Access Adventure
"John possesses an exceptional skill that enables him to capture awe inspiring images. This book is not only a testament to his professional skill, tenacity, endurance and vision, but also to the remarkable beauty that nature exudes, and the window that John has so eloquently created for us to view it through." Chris Russell-Fish | Managing Director - Hasselblad UK
"The publication of ‘Spirit’ and the critical acclaim with which it is being received is a wonderful achievement for John Moore. What is even more wonderful is that sick children and babies from throughout Scotland who are treated within Greater Glasgow and Clyde will benefit from the proceeds of this book. We are extremely grateful to John Moore for his support.”
Shona Cardle | Chief Executive - Yorkhill Children’s Foundation
John would like to thank the following companies for their help and support:
Adobe, Hasselblad, & Lenovo.
Further Info: www.johngmoore.co.uk/Books.htm
Please note that a revised Digital Edition of this book compatible with Apple iPad/iPhone, Android Devices and desktop/laptop computers is also available at a cost of only £3.33 via www.johngmoore.co.uk/Books.htm
*A percentage of sales proceeds from this book will be donated to the following charities: Yorkhill Children’s Foundation in Glasgow Scotland, and Access Adventure in Fairfield, California.