First Light: Five Photographers Explore Yosemite's Wilderness
Charles Cramer, Karl Kroeber, Scot Miller, Mike Osborne, and Keith S. Walklet; Introduction by Bob Hansen
Five master photographers offer varied interpretations of the Sierra wilderness. Ansel Adams led regular trips into the Yosemite backcountry as part of his efforts to protect this rare instance of untouched nature and, as a result, introduced thousands to its beauty. Following his example, the Yosemite Fund asked five well-known Yosemite photographers to once again bring the wonders of the wilderness to the general public.
For five years, these five photographers spent a part of their summers in Yosemite's wilderness region, which covers more than one thousand square miles of almost indescribable raw beauty, and the camaraderie that developed between them is evident in the reminiscences and musings that accompany their photographs. The result of this uncommon collaboration is a book of glorious prints, each imbued with its creator's
144 pages, paperback with 90 full-color photographs, published August 2009
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