65 glass photographic negatives, purchased at a garage sale a decade ago, may be a long lost collection of work by Ansel Adams worth $200 million. The most expensive Adams work is “Clearing Winter Storm, Yosemite National Park,” from 1938 ($722,500). The second-most-expensive was “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico” ($609,600).
So recent you can still taste the bile
- Society is constantly adapting to all sorts of changes
- Book review: Without Precedent
- Scope creep
- Populism and responses to it
- Your so-called England is a hoax!
- A disaster for American discourse
- What do we choose to accept?
- A national conversation about guns
- Twitter’s fondest wishes to the contrary, govt solutions are hard to find
- Dangerous lame-duck games