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  • Gallery Direct

    Gallery Direct Fine Art Prints: Church Taos Pueblo New Mexico 1941 by Ansel Adams

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    Full side view of entrance with gate to the right, "Church, Taos Pueblo National Historic Landmark, New Mexico, 1941." [Misicn de San Gercnimo] | | photographer: Ansel Adams, Ansel Adams Photographs of National Parks and Monuments, documenting the period ca. 1933 – 1942 (pinned by

  • Leisa Wells

    Church Taos Pueblo-1942 National Archives, Department of Interior (Angle 2) Ansel Adams.This is a good place for photographing in black and white because of the light. In the first image, the walls line up symmetrically to the closed door of the church. In the second image, most likely taken at the same time, the church geometric s stand out and the door cannot be seen. A good photo, is knowing where to stand. We can see that Adam's shot the church from at least two angles.

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