Ansel Adams Merced River, Cliffs
Merced River, Cliffs of Cathedral Rocks,
Autumn, Yosemite National Park, 1939
This image calls to mind the statement by the Museum of Modern Art’s former photography curator, John Szarkowski, about Adams’s work: “When you look at a good Ansel Adams photograph, you think you know the temperature, the relative humidity, the month.” Merced River, Cliffs at Cathedral Rocks, Autumn shows how Adams was able to capture shimmering light and atmospheric conditions despite the constraints of a black and white photograph.
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