Mt. Lyell and Mt. McClure - Signed Special Edition Photograph
Yosemite Valley, Thunderstorm by Ansel Adams

Thunderstorm, Yosemite Valley

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Ansel Adams made this photograph of Thunderstorm, Yosemite Valley at the famous Tunnel View with his large format view camera.
Ansel Adams, “Bridalveil Fall

Bridalveil Fall, Yosemite National Park

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Bridalveil Fall is one of Yosemite's premier attraction. Native Americans referred to Bridalveil as Pohono. Ansel made this classic image in 1927.

Frozen Lake and Cliffs, Sierra Nevada, Sequoia National Park, 1932

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In 1919, Ansel joined the Sierra Club as custodian of their headquarters in Yosemite , during the club outing, he captured "Frozen Lake and Cliffs."
Ansel at LeConte Lodge, Yosemite Valley, California, c. 1921. Collection of Michael and Jeanne Adams.

Conserving the Spirit of Yosemite: Ansel Adams’ Early Years in the Sierra Club

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There is perhaps no photographer in American history who stood for the ethos of stewardship for our shared environment as much as Ansel Adams, who over the course of his decades-long career did more than just introduce Americans to their wild places, but encouraged them to protect them.