West from the Columbia.
Views at the River Mouth.
Photographs by Robert Adams.
Aperture, New York, 1995. 84 pp., 58 tritone black-and-white illustrations, 12½x12".
Robert Adams continues his brilliant landscape work in this photographic essay about the merging of a great river with the sea. The location, at the mouth of the Columbia River, is one of the most gorgeous, dynamic, and sacred places in the country, and Adams' meditation captures its splendor. The photographs provide a visual metaphor of the processes of living--fresh mornings, calm days, fog, storms, and night--yet remain beyond classification, like life itself.
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