These three limited edition 12" x 12" photographic books were designed and written by Jack McBride and can be printed to order for $39.95, plus shipping. These are all wire bound books printed on heavy coated paper stock. An Apple iPad version of the book is available for download with each purchase at no additional charge.

A PDF version of all three books can be previewed on this web site. Click on any book to open the preview on the screen.


All the photographs in these books are available as fine art limited edition gallery prints in standard frames sizes, either as signed prints only, matted prints, or limited edition custom framed prints. Prices range from $100 to $600 depending on size. Shipping costs are additional.

Go to the Purchase Prints web page for more details.



For a limited time you can obtain a FREE 16" x 20" signed print of any image from the book with each purchase. See the last page for details.

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NOTE all books and their entire contents are © Copyrighted by Jack McBride.


California's EAST SIDE PDF Western Colors PDF Mendocino Moments PDF

South of Carson City, Nevada the California State Line veers eastward and U.S. Hwy. 395 comes back into California. This is where the EAST SIDE begins along the west fork of the Walker River. north of Bridgeport. From there Hwy. 395 follows the east slope of the Sierra down into the Mojave Desert and over the San Gabriel Mountains to East Los Angeles as I-15.

This fifty-two page, 12" x 12" book highlights the most interesting sites along that route from north to south: beginning with the well-preserved ghost town of Bodie and ending in Death Valley.

Western Colors showcases photographs from many of the most colorful locations in the western U.S. including Big Sur, San Francisco, the Wine Country, Yosemite, the Central Valley, the Eastern Sierra plus Utah and Arizona. Between the oceans, the mountains and the desert the light has a special quality in the West. And the four seasons add even more diversity to these locations.

This fifty-two page, 12" x 12" book focuses on the best of the West from the Pacific Ocean to Monument Valley.

"Mendocino Moments" highlights 25 years of photography in Mendocino, California and the surrounding area on the North Coast. Mendocino was a lumber town founded in 1858 on a peninsula jutting out into the Pacific 150 miles north of San Francisco. In 1971 the town was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Since the 1950's Mendocino has frequently been used by film and TV producers as a stand-in for a New England village ("Murder She Wrote" and "The Summer of '42") and even as Monterey in "East of Eden".

This 12" x 12" book of photographs contains forty-six pages.

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