ASHLAND, Ore. — A Southern Oregon photographer is sharing his work for those who are spending their last moments at a hospice.
Mark Lunn donated several posters of his work to Skylark Assisted Living. By 2014 his goal is to reach all 6,000 hospices across America.
He got the idea from his wife who is a hospice nurse. She told him many patients pass away facing blank walls.
“Blue skies, green grass and colorful butterflies, just the middle of winter I just love to have that sort of thing hanging on my wall, so I would share that too,” said Photographer Mark Lunn.
The posters can be purchased at Northwest Nature Shop and the Treasure Chest Trading Post in Ashland. For more information, click here.