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Echoes of Ansel...one of the ones I enjoyed the most last year.

Echoes of Ansel...one of the ones I enjoyed the most last year.

Ansel Adams, Echo Ridge, 1938, Black and white photograph. National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, WY, Gift of Sarah S. and David H. McAlpin. Used by permission of the Trustees of the Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust. All Rights Reserved

Ansel Adams, Echo Ridge, 1938, Black and white photograph. National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, WY, Gift of Sarah S. and David H. McAlpin. Used by permission of the Trustees of the Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust. All Rights Reserved

Echo Creek, c. 1938, Black and white photograph. National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, WY, Gift of Sarah S. and David H. McAlpin )   On the Trail with Ansel Adams and Georgia O'Keeffe

Echo Creek, c. 1938, Black and white photograph. National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, WY, Gift of Sarah S. and David H. McAlpin ) On the Trail with Ansel Adams and Georgia O'Keeffe

1920 Echo Peaks from the west [rocky flat area in foreground with a patch of pines and a rocky mountain with four peaks beyond] by Ansel Adams 90.53.24

1920 Echo Peaks from the west [rocky flat area in foreground with a patch of pines and a rocky mountain with four peaks beyond] by Ansel Adams 90.53.24

“When I came to those great flaming gates of burning gold, I stood alone in terror at the threshold between Paradise and Earth. There I heard a mysterious echo: my own voice singing to me from across the forbidden side. I shook awake— at once alive in a blaze of green fire. Let it be known: I did not fall from grace. I leapt to freedom.” — Ansel Elkins, “Autobiography of Eve.”

“When I came to those great flaming gates of burning gold, I stood alone in terror at the threshold between Paradise and Earth. There I heard a mysterious echo: my own voice singing to me from across the forbidden side. I shook awake— at once alive in a blaze of green fire. Let it be known: I did not fall from grace. I leapt to freedom.” — Ansel Elkins, “Autobiography of Eve.”

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