Along some rivers: photographs and conversations
"Robert Adams, one of America's foremost living photographers, had spent decades considering and documenting the landscape of the American West - how it has been altered, disturbed, or harmed, but also how certain aspects of it have survived. Along Some Rivers is a collection of Adams's conversations (some previously unpublished) with students, photographers, and museum curators about the West's mixed geography and the challenge of picturing it."--BOOK JACKET.
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