Emerson, Muir, Thoreau: A Photographic Trilogy - Levenger
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Emerson, Muir, Thoreau: A Photographic Trilogy of American Wildness

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Behind the lens in 10: award-winning photographer Scot Miller on shooting in the wild. Click here to find Scot’s answers to our 10 questions.

If you love to be inspired, take a read on this wild side

An elegant marriage of image and thought, American Wildness is the first book to visually connect the works of Emerson, Muir and Thoreau. Award-winning photographer and ardent conservationist Scot Miller pairs his stunning photographs of America in the wild with passages--not merely quotations--from Emerson’s “Nature,” Thoreau’s “Walking” and Muir’s “The American Forests.” (The complete essays are also included.) While American Wildness celebrates the natural beauty of America, its voices remind us of our role in protecting it, and the capacity that each of us has to elevate and preserve what matters. Printed in America. Not in bookstores--only from Levenger.

Watch Scot Miller’s video about the book, with special additional footage of the actor Lee Stetson (from the Ken Burns “National Parks” series) portraying John Muir.

  • 69 original photographs by conservationist Scot Miller paired with passages from Emerson, Muir and Thoreau
  • Every spread is a memorable tableau of image and words, with passages presented in different fonts that make each page a customized presentation
  • Features a facsimile of a manuscript leaf from Thoreau’s “Walking,” published here for the first time--click here.
  • Printed on an ultra-high grade of archival-quality paper to better capture the beauty of the book
  • Not in bookstores--only from Levenger
  • Also includes John Muir’s poignant account of meeting Emerson in Yosemite
  • Hardcover with Smythe-sewn binding
  • A large-format 10 1/2 W x 10 1/4 H; 200 pages
Scoop up this beautiful Collector's Edition by Scot Miller, the photographer of our earlier bestselling Maine Woods book.