Ansel Adams

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The Tetons and the Snake River, 1942

Glass Acrylic on Canvas  
12 x 12 in
12 x 12 in
30 x 30 cm
12 x 12 cm
5 x 5 in


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Adams's photograph The Tetons and the Snake River has the distinction of being one of the 115 images recorded on the Voyager Golden Record aboard the Voyager spacecraft. These images were selected to convey information about humans, plants and animals, and geological features of the Earth to a possible alien civilization. These photographs eloquently mirror his favorite saying, a Gaelic mantra, which states “I know that I am one with beauty and that my comrades are one. Let our souls be mountains, Let our spirits be stars, Let our hearts be worlds.”

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