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The Mercy Project / Inochi charity book for hospice is now released.

James Whitlow Delano posed one question to
photographers he’d met all over the world,
after the untimely passing of his sister,
Jeanne, and last member of his nuclear family:
“share with me one photograph that says to
you, ‘MERCY’”. Such a body of work, he
hoped, could contribute in a meaningful,
concrete way in the effort to expand
awareness about the critical role that
enlightened hospice care can play, as
it is likely to touch the lives of most
families worldwide some time in the
course of their lives.

The Mercy Project Inochi is a charity
photo book project featuring the work
of 118 photographers from 28 photographers
from Magnum, VII Photo, Noor, National
Geographic to emerging talent coming
together to create awareness and raise
funds for hospice and palliative care.

I am happy to say that there are many
Lightstakers photographers who were
generous enough to participate in
this book project!

To purchase on Amazon, click here:

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by [a former member] at 2010-12-09 02:31:26 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

!!!! :))))



Not a book will be published this year that, to me and marina, is more important….

because of what sustains this book and your awareness and love…

we’re humbled and honored to be a part of this book and in helping bring awareness and light for support….

You are the best…and we will do our best to spread the world so that as many see the book and purchase it to help Hospice

hugs from both of us!

by [former member] | 10 Dec 2010 03:12 (ed. Dec 10 2010) | Charlotte, NC, United States | | Report spam→
Shipping costs more than the book itself.. is there a way around that? Would be happy to buy the book!

by eva mbk | 10 Dec 2010 12:12 | Tuscany, Italy | | Report spam→
Bravo!!! James.

by john d | 10 Dec 2010 23:12 | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
Hi Eva,

I’m afraid that, for distribution reasons, that is
the best way to buy the book.

by [former member] | 13 Dec 2010 05:12 | Tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→
Hi Eva, the shipping from Japan apparently costs 3,700 Yen while the book itself costs 4,095 Yen. They apparently use EMS, the international express mail, for this because the insurance is included in the price.

I will be in Japan between December 31 and January 17. I can get the book in Japan and find out how much it would cost to ship the book by a slower method.

by Tomoko Yamamoto | 13 Dec 2010 14:12 | Vienna, Austria | | Report spam→
James and Tomoko, thank you both!

Tomoko, sending you a pm..

by eva mbk | 14 Dec 2010 09:12 | Tuscany, Italy | | Report spam→
Thanks, John!

by [former member] | 21 Dec 2010 13:12 | Tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→
Got my copy today (thanks Tomoko!!).. beautiful work, James!

by eva mbk | 26 Jan 2011 09:01 | Tuscany, Italy | | Report spam→

by [former member] | 29 Jan 2011 17:01 | Charlotte, NC, United States | | Report spam→

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eva mbk, cabby eva mbk
Tuscany , Italy ( SAY )
john d, retired hooligan john d
retired hooligan
(whats a tagline?)
Istanbul , Turkey
Tomoko Yamamoto, Multimedia Artist Tomoko Yamamoto
Multimedia Artist
Vienna , Austria


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