Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

To People With Vision


John Muir would have been 175 years old yesterday. My wife Sherri and I were talking about what we can learn from someone who lived over a century and a half ago. Muir was instrumental in the creation of Yosemite National Park and Sequoia & King’s Canyon National Parks. He was also was a cofounder of the Sierra Club in 1892 and remained it’s president until his death 22 years later. Muir was a man with vision, someone who saw into the future, with a thought for preserving something great for those to come later. In our day and age, we have far too few who can stop thinking about themselves for long enough to worry about what comes next. Thankfully I know a few people who can guide us through the next century.

In the best light…


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