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07/27/2010

The Lost Negatives of Ansel Adams

Lost Ansel Adams negatives recovered by a California man who bought two boxes of them for $45 at a garage sale. The collection is worth an estimated $200 million.

Images courtesy of Rick Norsigian

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Aerial View of The Yosemite Valley

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View From The Yosemite Valley Floor

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National Park Naturalist Ansel Hall

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Bridal Veil Falls

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Fisherman's Wharf

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Carmel Mission

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Looking Through the Trees

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Carmel Coast

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Yosemite Falls With Merced River in Foreground

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Nevada Falls

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Jeffrey Pine on Sentinel Rock

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Vernal Falls

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El Capitan

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Inspiration Point

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Yosemite Falls

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Three Brothers with Morning Clouds

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WOW! Those are breathtaking!

I totally agree with the "breathtaking" comment. There is no other word to describe the beauty of the photos.

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