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The Grand Canyon and The Southwest (Softcover)
"In this original paperback, the black-and-white images of master photographer Ansel Adams eloquently portray the dramatic beauty of the Grand Canyon and the American Southwest."—From the back cover
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If you have ever seen the work of Ansel Adams, then you know you are in for a treat with this book. The stunning pictures of the American Southwest and Grand Canyon are amazingly lifelike even as black-and-white.
If you enjoy his work, are an amateur or professional photographer, or have a desire to view the beauty that is America, then this book is for you.
- Adams, Ansel
- Little, Brown and Company
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