Ansel Adams in the National Parks

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For many Americans, the names Yosemite, the High Sierra, and the Grand Canyon conjure up first and foremost an Ansel Adams photograph. A lifelong environmentalist, Adams was one of the most ardent champions of our national parks and wilderness systems, and through his magnificent photographs, letter-writing campaigns, and the Sierra Club activities, he arguably did more than any individual since John Muir to raise our awareness and appreciation of America's wild places.

This book features more than 225 photographs, fifty of which have never before been published. It features essays by Richard B Woodward, Wallace Stegner and Will A Turnage, commentary by Andrea G Stillman, and quotations and essays by Ansel Adams.

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  • 344 pages


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