Ansel Adams

“I hope that my work will encourage self expression in others and stimulate the search for beauty and creative excitement in the great world around us.”—Ansel Adams
ANSEL ADAMS is for me one of the LIGHT Masters when it comes to Black and White Images. His eye for dramatic B&W Shots is unbeatable.
Ansel Adams (1902 – 1984) was the most honored American photographer of the twentieth century. Through his exhibitions and publication of his work, his writings, and his leadership in the Sierra Club, Adams was also a prescient and highly effective voice in the fight to preserve America’s remaining wilderness like for instant his landscape photography of the American West or his famous photographs are of Yosemite National Park.
Ansel Adams Wilderness, California. Afternoon Thunderstorm, Garnet Lake.
Ansel Adams Wilderness, California. Afternoon Thunderstorm, Garnet Lake.
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Yosemite National Park
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The Tetons and the Snake River
Half Dome Apple Orchard Yosemite
Half Dome Apple Orchard Yosemite
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Pasture sonoma county
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Style River

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Church and Abandoned Automobile, Tiburon, California, 1957
Church and Abandoned Automobile, Tiburon, California, 1957
Manzanar Japanese internment center, World War II, California
Manzanar Japanese internment center, World War II, California
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M ariposa grove
Road, Nevada Desert. Silver-gelatine print, 7.5 x 9.5 inches, circa 1960
Road, Nevada Desert. Silver-gelatine print, 7.5 x 9.5 inches, circa 1960
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