Drawn to the beauty of nature's monuments, he is regarded by environmentalists as a national institution. His latest book, "Yosemite and the Range of Light," sold 30, copies in its first six weeks of distribution.
As he sits comfortably on a blue-green couch in front of his living room windows, he minces no words about his concern over the present administration's environmental activities.
In Adams was awarded the Conservation Service Award, the Interior Department's highest civilian honor, "in recognition of your many years of distinguished work as a photographer, artist, interpreter and conservationist, a role in which your efforts have been of profound importance in the conservation of our great natural resources.
The house overlooking the Pacific seems small and unpretentious at first. Adams spent much of the s printing negatives in order to satisfy demand for his iconic works.
After the photograph has been taken, the steps are followed in reverse, again in total darkness, until the exposed film is safe inside a light-tight box or developing tank.
This makes sense, given that the practical impact that one person can have on a very large organization is likely not all that large in the majority of cases.
I'm afraid to get up and tell the President he has the most dangerous administration in history.