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Mountain Moments

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Mountain Moments is a compelling tribute by Warren Brunner to the people of Appalachia. Within the 168 glossy pages of this book, one will find full-color images of magnificent waterfalls, beautiful mountains, peaceful lake and river views, family life and serene scenes of the Appalachian area. Al Fritsch has provided reflections and verses for each section that are uplifting and inspiring. This volume overflows with more than 270 stunning color images showcasing the people, places and natural wonders of the ...
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Overview

Mountain Moments is a compelling tribute by Warren Brunner to the people of Appalachia. Within the 168 glossy pages of this book, one will find full-color images of magnificent waterfalls, beautiful mountains, peaceful lake and river views, family life and serene scenes of the Appalachian area. Al Fritsch has provided reflections and verses for each section that are uplifting and inspiring. This volume overflows with more than 270 stunning color images showcasing the people, places and natural wonders of the Appalachian region (including Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and more).
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935001423
  • Publisher: Acclaim Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Pages: 168
  • Sales rank: 1,407,691
  • Product dimensions: 12.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Warren Brunner, a native of Wisconsin, came to Berea, Kentucky in 1954. It became the home of Brunner Portrait Studio from which Warren is “retired” and is now run by his youngest daughter, Kara Beth. Warren and his wife, Pat, have three daughters: Gwen, Scharme and Kara Beth, all of whom have careers in the arts. He also has four grandchildren.

In April 2007 Michael Hughey, presented Warren a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Highland Craft Guild in Berea. Warren has spent more than fifty years of photographic work chronicling the folkways, the land, the seasons, the people, and the culture of the Appalachian region. He has produced documentary photography for more than thirty government and non-profit organizations. Warren’s work has been featured in several books such as Down to Earth Spirituality and Appalachia: A Meditation with Al Fritsch, S.J., Appalachian Values with Loyal Jones and Mountain Holiness with wife, Pat, as one of the co-authors.

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