The American Wilderness.

Photographs by Ansel Adams. Edited by Andrea Stillman. Introduction by William Turnage.
Bulfinch Press, New York, 1990. 146 pp., 108 duotone illustrations,, 15½x12½".

In this magnificent volume the land Adams loved and strived to protect endures as he saw it--undefiled, incomparable. In his text Adams champions the American wilderness in the most eloquent and impassioned words he ever wrote. From the coast of Maine to the remotest peaks of Alaska, in image after image (some published here for the first time), "the grandeur and potentials of the one and only world which we inhabit" command astonishment and admiration. The inspiration for this book came to Adams in 1982, and it is fitting that after his death it be published as a monument to his life and art.

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