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Old Dec 10, 2003, 3:52 PM   #7
bcoultry
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And the only book I own that's of just a single photographer's work is the one that I found buried beneath a heap of cheap paperbacks at a garage sale several years ago. It was Ansel Adams, My Camera in the National Parks, a huge, oversized book published in 1950 and filled with 30 high-quality engravings. I snatched it up for 50 cents, but not until I got home and opened the cover to the first page did I see that Adams himself had autographed it. A prize.
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