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Black and white
He may have been something of a weirdo but there’s no denying the genius of Ansell Adams’ photography. His brilliant images of the American West influenced presidential decisions, continue to inspire, and, to my mind, are without equal.
The medium of black and white film retains the ability to convey real emotion and it is for this reason that I still carry an old Leica R-series camera – and, until it was discontinued, a few rolls of Kodak T-Max 3200 – alongside my digital equipment.
Aguereberry Point, Death ValleyFrom: $21.50
The unexpectedly dramatic view from Aguereberry Point, in Death Valley’s Panamint Mountains.
Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge ParkwayFrom: $21.50
Black and white version of the classic Appalachian photograph of the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Beartooth Highway, WyomingFrom: $21.50
Glaciers, distant peaks and, far below, a winding river – just one of the stunningly beautiful views offered by a drive across Beartooth Highway.
Bonneville Salt FlatsFrom: $21.50
A couple walk across the vast all-consuming whiteness of Bonneville Salt Flats, one of the most beautiful natural features in North America.
Bonneville Salt Flats Gas StationFrom: $21.50
Black and white photograph of a rank of gas pumps at a service station at Bonneville Salt Flats.
Death Valley RipplesFrom: $21.50
Ripples in the sand accentuated by the early morning light at Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Death Valley
Fence and Sawtooth MountainsFrom: $21.50
Grainy b/w image of a wooden fence in a meadow along the Sawtooth Scenic Byway, running from Ketchum to Stanley, Idaho.
Guadalupe MountainsFrom: $21.50
Dramatic road view heading toward Guadalupe Mountains National Park from the south on US Route 62/180.
Interdune Flats, White SandsFrom: $21.50
Clumps of wild grass cast long shadows in the early morning light on the interdune flats at White Sands National Monument.