With more than two hundred photographs, some rarely seen or never-before published, this is the most comprehensive collection of Adams’ work in America’s national parks and wilderness areas.
America’s national parks feature on a lot of folks’ bucket lists for good reason. They contain some of the most breathtaking and diverse scenery in the world. They’re great all-season travel destinations and there’s something for everyone to explore and enjoy, no matter your age, background, interests, or abilities. They belong to all of us and, for over a hundred years, they have represented our hopes and dreams for our country, ourselves, and our future.
Through brilliant art and commentary, these books reveal the true beauty of our national parks – the wilderness, urban spaces, and historic sites. In them, fundamental ideals such as freedom, civil rights, and conservation were conceived; our natural and cultural history is on full view; and the next generation is encouraged to make their own discoveries and find their own path.
Filmed over the course of more than six years, this six-part, 12-hour documentary series reveals the history of America’s national parks through the stories of the people who devoted themselves to saving some precious portion of the land they loved.
This companion volume to the twelve-hour PBS series recounts the adventures, mythmaking, and intense political battles behind the evolution of America’s national park system.
A newly-updated version of the classic work by one of the country’s preeminent voices on the value and vision of America’s national parks.
A stunning photographic tribute to some of the most spectacular and diverse scenery in the world, featuring all 59 of America’s National Parks.
A collection of personal essays and photographs celebrates the centennial of the National Park Services.