“As I Was Walking” – a John Muir Trail Book

080715_0201October 16, 2019

My digital book, “As I Was Walking: Two Summers Exploring and Photographing the John Muir Trail,” has been available since this past March. I’m now working on the prequel, “The Mount Whitney Journals.” TMWJ is the project I was working hard on at the time the John Muir Trail became an almost instant obsession in late 2013. “As I Was Walking” turned into a three year project (much longer than anticipated) but it was worth every effort. The book (available only digitally, no print) features hundreds of photos and a good amount of narrative. In fact, one of the reasons I could only offer this book digitally rather than a printed version was my desire to include my photographs. Since it is self-published, to have a printed version where the photos looked beautiful and rich, the cost would’ve been exorbitant.

Here are links to the two purchase options:

Apple: https://books.apple.com/us/book/as-i-was-walking/id1449329593

Amazon

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About victorvolta

I am a freelance photographer/writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. I grew up in the very suburban city of Santa Clara. Education: San Jose State University (class of '84) BA degree in Journalism with concentrations in Photojournalism and English. Favorite Foods: Ribeye steaks and Stan's Doughnuts (separate plates, usually). Favorite Drinks: Strong gourmet coffee and Trader Joe's Blood Orange Italian Soda (separate cups).
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