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Yosemite Special Edition Photographs | February 2020

Experience the wonders of Winter photography as captured by Ansel Adams. From snow covered cliffs to misty weathered skies, be transported to places where the earth stands quiet and still with Winter blanketing the landscape.

Upcoming Event in Yosemite National Park: Rebecca Senf Discusses Making a Photographer: The Early Work of Ansel Adams

Please join us on April 17, 2020 for a Yosemite evening celebrating Rebecca Senf’s new book, “Making a Photographer: The Early Work of Ansel Adams.

Peaks and Cliffs Catalog | February 2020

Experience the wonders of Winter photography as captured by Ansel Adams. From snow covered cliffs to misty weathered skies, be transported to places where the earth stands quiet and still with Winter blanketing the landscape.

Yosemite Reverence: New Paintings by James McGrew

Coming to The Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite February 23rd - April 11th, 2020     One of the great relationships in history is the one forged between humans and nature, the intervening courtship often interpreted through the artistic mediums of the time. Yosemite’s own success story…

Mount McKinley and Wonder Lake

Ansel Adams’ “Mount McKinley and Wonder Lake” is one of the defining images of the Alaskan Wilderness. Ansel made this image when he, accompanied by his son Michael, set out in 1947 on a Guggenheim Fellowship to document the majestic landscapes of Alaska.

Story Behind the Image: Monolith, The Face of Half Dome

On the chilly spring morning of April 10th, 1927, Ansel Adams set out along Yosemite’s LeConte Gully to capture an image of the striking sheer face of Half Dome, one of Yosemite National Park’s most iconic natural features. Though Ansel knew the route well, having spent four teenage summers…
VAlley View by Mike Reeves

The Quiet Beauty of Photographing Yosemite Valley in Winter

(The Ansel Insider) There is an elegance to walking onto a Yosemite meadow after a fresh snowfall. The sun takes a low path across the southern sky, creating dramatic lighting this time of year. Gone are the back to back crowds of the summer months, leaving you and your creative eye with the freedom…