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"Sometimes I do get to places just when God is ready to have somebody click the shutter." Even Ansel Adams' humility could not impede his growing reputation; by the time he died in 1984, the octogenarian Californian was commonly regarded as America's finest landscape photographer. In fact, his pictures have been credited with generating enthusiasm for creating environmental preserves. Most of the 120 wilderness photographs in this large scale pictorial were taken for an abandoned National Parks project and thus will be new even to aficionados of the artist. A major new book by a master photographer.