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100 Sunsets
by Julie M. Walke View author's profile page

Overview


This is a collection of 100 sunset images that journal author Julie M. Walke's personal journey from grief to peace after receiving the news of the sudden death of her former husband. The images, originally posted to Facebook in 2013-2014, illustrate a universal appreciation of sunsets. This is not a self-help book, rather the author believes that everyone has the capacity to improve their emotional well-being through a renewed appreciation of the natural world and the often forgotten rhythm of nature that coexists simultaneously alongside our daily lives. This story is being shared now because of the millions of people around the world who are grieving or know someone who is. Looking at these sunset images offers readers hours of contemplation through a calming pictorial. This book is dedicated to the celebration of life and the daily renewal that is promised after the sun sets.
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Description


Turning to nature I discovered the restorative power of watching a sunset after facing the news of sudden death. I vowed to photograph this experience and my healing process over the course of one year or one hundred sunsets . . . whichever came first. By posting this journey on social media, I discovered a universal appreciation of the setting sun as many people followed, liked, and shared these images with me.
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About the author


100 Sunsets is the eighth pictorial book written by English-born media consultant Julie M. Walke. Seven titles published by The Donning Company Publishers are: Red Hill Country Club, Celebrating 100 Years 1921-2021; The Beacon on the Hill, Hurley Medical Center: History of Clinical Excellence and Service to People, 1905–2020 (2021); Bel-Air Bay Club, Past & Present: A Pictorial History Celebrating Ninety Years 1927–2017; The House That Women Built: The First 100 Years (2017) for the Metropolitan Club of San Francisco; A Pictorial History of the University Club of San Diego (2014); Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership: The First Fifty Years (2010); and Imperial Beach, California: A Pictorial History (2006). Ms. Walke founded Walke Communications (WalkePR) in 1994. The company specializes in media relations, crisis communications, video storytelling, photography, and the written word. She is only the second woman to be elected as president of the 1909 University Club of San Diego, a position held for thirteen years. She holds a bachelor's degree in fine arts, interior design. She lives close to Ann Arbor Michigan.
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Book details

Genre:PHOTOGRAPHY

Subgenre:Subjects & Themes / Landscapes

Language:English

Pages:112

eBook ISBN:9781098388874


Overview


This is a collection of 100 sunset images that journal author Julie M. Walke's personal journey from grief to peace after receiving the news of the sudden death of her former husband. The images, originally posted to Facebook in 2013-2014, illustrate a universal appreciation of sunsets. This is not a self-help book, rather the author believes that everyone has the capacity to improve their emotional well-being through a renewed appreciation of the natural world and the often forgotten rhythm of nature that coexists simultaneously alongside our daily lives. This story is being shared now because of the millions of people around the world who are grieving or know someone who is. Looking at these sunset images offers readers hours of contemplation through a calming pictorial. This book is dedicated to the celebration of life and the daily renewal that is promised after the sun sets.

Read more

Description


Turning to nature I discovered the restorative power of watching a sunset after facing the news of sudden death. I vowed to photograph this experience and my healing process over the course of one year or one hundred sunsets . . . whichever came first. By posting this journey on social media, I discovered a universal appreciation of the setting sun as many people followed, liked, and shared these images with me.

Read more

About the author


100 Sunsets is the eighth pictorial book written by English-born media consultant Julie M. Walke. Seven titles published by The Donning Company Publishers are: Red Hill Country Club, Celebrating 100 Years 1921-2021; The Beacon on the Hill, Hurley Medical Center: History of Clinical Excellence and Service to People, 1905–2020 (2021); Bel-Air Bay Club, Past & Present: A Pictorial History Celebrating Ninety Years 1927–2017; The House That Women Built: The First 100 Years (2017) for the Metropolitan Club of San Francisco; A Pictorial History of the University Club of San Diego (2014); Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership: The First Fifty Years (2010); and Imperial Beach, California: A Pictorial History (2006). Ms. Walke founded Walke Communications (WalkePR) in 1994. The company specializes in media relations, crisis communications, video storytelling, photography, and the written word. She is only the second woman to be elected as president of the 1909 University Club of San Diego, a position held for thirteen years. She holds a bachelor's degree in fine arts, interior design. She lives close to Ann Arbor Michigan.
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