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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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Jeff and Rosy, Wheeler Camp ©2013 Wynne Benti

November, already! Time for the desert.

Fall arrived in the Eastern Sierra when the aspens began changing color from to brilliant yellow, orange, and red in mid-September, then rolled down the Sierra slopes to the Owens Valley. Now, the first week of November, the last of the cottonwoods are turning orange. The Owens Valley floor is covered with thousands of cottonwoods […]

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Author Andy Zdon to speak in Bishop

Andy Zdon author of Desert Summits: A Climbing & Hiking Guide to California and Southern Nevada will be the guest speaker at the Eastern Sierra Land Trust’s brown bag lunch on August 7, 2013 in Bishop, California. Here is the announcement from ESLT: Brown Bag Lunch Series Aquifer Modeling in the Amargosa and Death Valleys […]

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