Books

Seeing Silence: The Beauty of the World’s Most Quiet Places

In a world ever more congested and polluted with both toxins and noise, award-winning photographer Pete McBride takes readers on a once-in-a-lifetime escape to find places of peace and quiet—a pole-to-pole, continent-by-continent quest for the soul.

The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim

Award-winning photographer Pete McBride takes us on a gripping adventure story through stunning, never-before-seen photography, along with powerful essays from best-selling authors Kevin Fedarko and Hampton Sides. Through his “walk in the park” hiking the entire 750 miles of Grand Canyon National Park — from the Colorado River to the canyon rim — McBride captures the majesty of this natural wonder as he calls on us all to protect America’s open-air cathedral.

The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim

Award-winning photographer Pete McBride takes us on a gripping adventure story through stunning, never-before-seen photography, along with powerful essays from best-selling authors Kevin Fedarko and Hampton Sides. Through his “walk in the park” hiking the entire 750 miles of Grand Canyon National Park — from the Colorado River to the canyon rim — McBride captures the majesty of this natural wonder as he calls on us all to protect America’s open-air cathedral.

The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict

Supplying vital water to more than 30 million Americans living in the arid West, the Colorado River is one of the most diverted, dammed, and heavily litigated rivers in the world. In full-color, photo essay format, The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict, follows the river’s epic 1,450-mile journey from its headwaters high in the Colorado Rockies to its dried-up delta touching the Sea of Cortez. With striking photography and authoritative prose, Peter McBride and Jonathan Waterman illuminate the historical, geographical, and environmental significance of this life-giving river.