What we "produce" and when we produce it is an open question, but we're having a good time doing it and in the end that's all that really matters.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
This photograph of Ansel Adams was taken by David Vestal in 1967 when he was on assignment to attend a Yosemite workshop.
I think it was an assignment for Popular Photography magazine. I don't have the same Vestal notes for this print that I have for some of the other candid portraits. I'll try to locate any comments on my next trip to Bethlehem.