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Close Ups of the High Sierra

Close Ups of the High Sierra

Close Ups of the High Sierra, Norman Clyde’s collection of stories about his backcountry adventures in the Sierra Nevada, is now available in a new printing with easy to read ivory pages. Norman Clyde, a name as legendary as that of Fremont or Muir. Norman Clyde, a man to whom the entire High Sierra was […]

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Born Free and Equal 2015

For a person like Ansel Adams to come to an internment camp to photograph camp life, where people are pretty bitter for being there, I thought, this man is sympathetic to the situation, to the Japanese American people. —Archie Miyatake Written and photographed by Ansel Adams at Manzanar in 1943, Born Free and Equal was […]

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A Weekend to Remember

It’s a weekend to remember in the Owens Valley with two great events worthy of mentioning. As autumn rolls north to south through the Owens Valley, the cottonwoods continue to show their brilliant orange and red leaves. With the backdrop of fall coloring the periphery of the Great Basin’s westernmost landscape, join the Eastern California […]

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