Ansel Adams, “White House Ruin, Morning, Canyon De Chelly”

“Magic, Strength and Beauty:” Ansel Adams in the Southwest

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Ansel Adams traveled to the Southwest to photograph with his son Michael, and captured famous images like “Moonrise Hernandez” while also visiting Georgia O'keeffe's land in Northern New Mexico.
Ansel Adams, “Merced River, Cliffs, Autumn”

Merced River, Cliffs, Autumn

Merced River, Cliffs, Autumn is a beautiful example of Ansel Adams photography during Fall. The tranquil Merced River reflects the rising cliffs with lush Autumn scenery abounding.

Unearthing the Enigma of Moonrise Over Hernandez

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Ansel Adams’ “Moonrise, Hernandez” stands as one of the most famous and iconic photographic images in history.
Aspens, Horizontal. Black Wood Frame

Aspens, Northern New Mexico, 1958

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Ansel Adams made this image of “Teklanika River” in the summer of 1947, when he and his son Michael set out on a Guggenheim Fellowship to document the pristine wilderness of Alaska.
Afternoon Sun, Crate Lake

Afternoon Sun, Crater Lake

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Ansel Adams’ Afternoon Sun, Crater Lake captures one of America’s greatest national landmarks—Oregon’s Crater Lake—in all its glory. The image portrays both the grandeur of the Lake, but also the silent stoicism of its environs.
Teklanika River

Teklanika River: Original Photograph by Ansel Adams

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Ansel Adams made this image of “Teklanika River” in the summer of 1947, when he and his son Michael set out on a Guggenheim Fellowship to document the pristine wilderness of Alaska.
Nevada Fall (Early)

Early Waterfalls Video

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The Ansel Adams Gallery is delighted to announce the recent acquisition of two spectacular rare photographs by Ansel Adams. "Bridalveil Fall" and "Nevada Fall."

Half Dome, Evening, From Olmsted Point (c. 1959)

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In the high country of Yosemite, the high-altitude Tioga Pass is Yosemite’s gateway to the East, winding amongst some of the country’s most spectacular alpine scenery.

Ansel Adams, in the beginning

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A short Q and A with the author of a new book that explores the little-known early career of one of America’s most celebrated and beloved photographer. From Yale University Press Blog