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New Book by Roger Shepherd Scheduled for Publication

New Book by Roger Shepherd Scheduled for Publication July 2018

Roger first walked the 687 km of the South Korean mountain spine (the Baekdu Daegan) in 2006 and 2007. Since 2011 he has been visiting the DPRK and exploring the North Korean Baekdu Daegan. During these trips he has climbed at least 50 peaks and photographed many more.

He is now preparing a unique photo art book which will combine images of both South and North mountains along with explanatory essays.

To help fund a first print run of this book he has launched a Kickstarter campaign.

If you would like to help Roger in this venture please go to:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1697700485/one-korea-mountains-villages-and-people-a-photo-ar?ref=project_share#

For more information about Roger and his work see:

http://www.hikekorea.com/

Also a recent article about Roger, his work and the Kickstarter campaign see:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5682121/Stunning-images-mountain-range-connects-Koreas.html

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