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The Art of Ansel

My brother-in-law sent me a note about this set of photographs from the Guardian. They are stunning. Ansel Adams loved the Sierra Nevada. John Muir may have coined the phrase "the range of light" for these mountains, but nobody captured that essence better than Ansel Adams.


It's somehow appropriate that the two men both have a wilderness named for them in these mountains, and they are right next to each other, between Yosemite and Sequoia/Kings Canyon.



Here's a link for you enjoy these wonderful photos courtesy of my brother-in-law and the Guardian


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