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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."
Photograph of Alex Honnold by Jimmy Chin

Vagabonds to Icons: Photographs of Yosemite’s Climbing Revolution

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The Ansel Adams Gallery will be hosting our new exhibition “Vagabonds to Icons: Photographs of Yosemite’s Climbing Revolution” in Yosemite Village from May 24th to August 22nd with works by Ansel Adams, Glen Denny, Tom Frost, Dean Fidelman, Corey Rich and Jimmy Chin among others on display.

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 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.

(Ansel Adams) Remarks Before the Platform Committee on the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, August 24, 1968

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My name is Ansel Adams–photographer, writer and conservationist–of Carmel, California. l am a Director of the Sierra Club and a member of many conservation organizations, but the opinions I express are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of any organization with which I am associated.

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