east of eden

“Ansel Adams… understood that the landscape is not only a place but an event”

Red Rocks

“Trained as a musician, Adams understood the richness of variation that could be unfolded by a simple theme, capable of evoking the specific quality of a given moment in the natural history of the world.”

Niagara Falls

“…the deeply romantic idea that the great vistas and microcosmic details of the wilderness could be seen as a metaphor for freedom and heroic aspiration.”

Moon with sunset clouds

“A surviving fragment of Eden.”


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