A tribute to Ansel Adams, one of the most famous landscape photographers of the 20th century. 

              

 © Ansel Adams


He pioneered and succeeded in using the full grayscale of the negative, to get the richest tonal gamma in his prints.

 

 

 

 

Norway, Bremanger
Bremanger, Norway 2010
 

Ukraine 
Industrial landscape Glukov, Ukraine 2008

microlandscape
Micro landscape
 

Jan v Schoonvorstlaan
Cranendonck, 2014


Molenheide
Cranendonck, 2014

Maas, Limburg 
River Maas, Limburg 2009
  

Baden Baden, 2009
Baden Baden, Germany 2009
  

North Wales
North Wales, 2007


strand Oudduin1
Oudduin, 2012


strand Oudduin2
Oudduin,2012


Calafuria, Italy
Calafuria, Italy 2015


Livorno
Livorno, Italy 2015


Champagne
Champagne, France 2007
 

New York, 2009 
New York, 2009


Mexico City, after earthquake
Mexico City, 1995


Hagia Sophia
Istanbul, Turkey 1992
 

Asuan, Egypte, 1980
Asuan, Egypt 1988


Cairo
Cairo, Egypt 1988
 


Oubangui river, Central African Republique 1981
 

Ruhengeri Volcano's 
Ruhengeri Volcanoes, Rwanda 1981


Uganda, Kampala
Entebbe, Uganda 1981
 

Stanleyfalls
Stanleyfalls, Congo 1981
  

Zaire river
Zaire river, Congo 1981


Kisangani
Kisangani, Congo 1981


CAR Forest
Yaoundé, Cameroon 1981


Ituri
Ituri, Congo 1981
 
 
Amboseli
Amboseli, Kenia 1980
 
  
Masai Mara 1980
Mara River, Kenia 1980
  

Seengeti, Tanzania, 1980 
Serengeti, Tansania 1980


Cairo Centre
Cairo, Egypt 1980
  

Memphis
Memphis, Egypt 1980

Cheops 1980 
Cheops, Egypt 1980