Ansel Adams taught us to appreciate the artistry of photography and showed us how to write with light. Our Farther Along writing group of 13 has been trying to share light with each other and beyond us for some 13 years now, going on 14. Sometimes we draw light with words, a few times with photography too.
Nine of us toured the Eloquent Light exhibit of 40 of Ansel Adams’s works on a recent Friday morning at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem. It was no small feat to have so many of us to gather on this day. Cumulatively, we traveled about 650 miles to get there. (And that was not at light speed.)
Kathy with granddaughter Piper, Carol, Barbara and Betsy
Scharme and Betsy catch up at lunch.
Ten (plus one sweet granddaughter) for lunch after viewing the Ansel Adams exhibit.
The Eloquent Light exhibit continues for a few more days at Reynolda House Museum of American Art. See more about it here.