FIERCE BEAUTY: Storms of the Great Plains
Images Publishing Group, 2019, 216 pages
Eric Meola is one of the few people I’ve met who needed no explanation from me about the Great Plains—it was evident from the start that he shared my love affair with the storm-filled skies and prairie landscapes. This book reveals with stunning clarity both the reality and the magic of the Plains.
— Dr. Charles Doswell, meteorologist
INDIA: In Word & Image
Welcome Books, 2013, 288 pages
An exotic five-star vacation in itself. The portraits, landscapes, and photographic studies of flora and architecture are more art than documentary, and are accompanied not by history lessons, but by masterly prose...Such words can hold their own with any pictures, even Meola's glorious photographs.
— The New York Times Book Review
Born to Run: The Unseen Photos
Insight Editions, 2006, 88 pages
I always thought it was one of those records you didn’t have to hear. When you saw the cover, you just said ‘I want that one.’
— Bruce Springsteen
Last Places on Earth
Graphis Press, 2004, 224 pages
In travels from Asia to Africa to India, Meola shows us images at times lyrical, at times startling, and always perceptive and respectful of his subjects. One almost feels that Meola was invisible while photographing people in many of the remote locations he traveled to around the world.
—Rob Atkins, photographer and author of Earth River Sky, and Neon Mesa