Exhibition reveals the more fluid side of Ansel Adams 
The photography of Ansel Adams is so sturdily composed, so enduringly right that it can feel like the aesthetic equivalent of granite.
(“Reflections at Mono Lake, California,” 1948.)

Exhibition reveals the more fluid side of Ansel Adams

The photography of Ansel Adams is so sturdily composed, so enduringly right that it can feel like the aesthetic equivalent of granite.

(“Reflections at Mono Lake, California,” 1948.)