Tag Archives: Ansel Adams

Hotel Astoria, St. Petersburg

In St. Petersburg, Russia  I found the Hotel Astoria very  interesting.  The bright red awnings caught my eye, and then I noticed the main streets on both sides leading to domed buildings topped with spires.  It took less than a … Continue reading

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Tunnel View

This is the place where Ansel Adams took his iconic shot, “Thunderstorm Over the Valley”. Yosemite National Park calls it Tunnel View, as it sits at the entrance to a mile-long tunnel on Hwy 41 leading to Glacier Point and … Continue reading

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Wild Basin – RMNP

The southeastern part of Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is called Wild Basin. I had never been to this area until my brother took me there a few weeks ago.  Less than half a mile from the Wild Basin … Continue reading

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Digital Magic

My ten year old granddaughter was practicing her gymnastics on the dock of our lake in Nebraska on the July 4th weekend.  That was three years ago. The sunset is a scanned copy of a 1968 photo of a sunset … Continue reading

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Follow the Leader

This image reminded me of simpler times, when you played all day and into the night, with few worries.  But, this image is a “fabrication”, a composite of six different photos merged to create a visual image of distant memories. … Continue reading

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Cape Cod Sunrise

Thought for the Day:  To the complaint, “There are no people in these photographs”, I respond, “There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer”.               Ansel Adams  (1902 – 1984)

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