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Dennis Michael Lynch and his film crew journeyed through portions of America in May, 2018 to make a film that focuses on the beauty in America. The film focuses solely on positive stories, people and places that make “AMERICA the BEAUTIFUL” the country that it is.

DML says this film is just “Part 1” of a multi-part filming experience that he hopes to turn into an ongoing series.

Along the journey, DML and his film crew took stunning photographs for a picture book that includes short descriptions. Originally, DML created the picture book in a hardcover 11×14 format with at least one personalized photo and caption for those people who donated $500 or more to his journey.

After seeing the cover, many DML NEWS readers asked if they too could get a book. In response to the demand, DML has created a similar picture book, which will include a handwritten message to you and signed by him.  The book is soft cover and includes 27 pages of amazing photos and short descriptions. The book size is 8×11. See sneak peek of the book below. 

In the sample below are photos taken at a ranch in Kentucky that offers troubled teens a place to get back on track by working with horses.  DML donated $1,200 to the ranch after filming the segment; he was that impressed. A portion of the proceeds from the photo book sales will go toward donations to other worthy projects.

Own it for $39.95 plus shipping.

Orders arrive before July 25 via USPS. To order online, use the yellow buy button below. For checks, make payable to DML NEWS and mail to:

PO Box 704
Amagansett, NY 11930.


Below are photos sent in by supporters who donated to the Team DML National Tour and received the hardcover book from DML as a thank-you gift. The books being sold to the public are a soft-cover version, and slightly smaller, at 8×11 inches.

tour book

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