The first photo assignment David Stoecklein ever did was for fences and gates. He took a photography class in college and that is where it all started. He has been doing it now for 36 years and he still always look for great photos of fences wherever his travels take him around the world. Fences represent culture, design, and function of the true West. There is a lot of pride that goes into building a fence. 9.5 x 9.5" Hardbound.168 pages.
Veteran Financier James P. Owen shares his new perspective on Wall Street and how the Code of the West can and should be applied to business practices and the corporate world. The book is beautifully illustrated with Dave’s western photography and explores a new approach...
Cowboy Gear is a magnificent documentation of the West’s heritage, including saddles, spurs, boots, hats, and attitude. 13x10 3/4" Hardbound. 228 pages.
Light hearted sayings and witty quotations about life as a cowboy, together with David Stoeckleins striking photographs, make up this tribute to the simple code and genuine moral values of the many working cowgirls and cowboys of the West. This book imparts a valuable lesson...
David Stoecklein’s latest book showcases more than 25 dude ranches across the American West. Each ranch has a rich history and a family heritage that goes back many years. This gorgeous book allows the reader a glimpse into the dude ranching industry and all the...