Photographs by Ansel Adams.
Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 2004. 112 pp., 50 tritone illustrations, 10x12".
"Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth."-Hermann Hesse, from Wandering. This handsome monograph extracts a single element from the vast oeuvre of Adams' photographic work: the tree, in its myriad forms. Ansel Adams was a tireless promoter of the majesty of Nature and of our collective responsibility to preserve her diversity. His photographs are, at their heart, expressions of awe and love. This volume pulls together 50 of his magnificent photographs, interspersed with writings from a range of authors, including John Muir, Walt Whitman, Hermann Hesse, Wallace Stevens, and
Diane Ackerman. Printed in tritone, Trees is as attentive to
the quality of the reproductions as the master was to his
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