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  January/February 2002 Issue
  FEATURES: Celebrating 100 Years of Ansel Adams
Molded by Mountains
Artist and Activist
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All Aboard
Ode to the Bus
 
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Sierra Magazine

 January/February 2002

FEATURES

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF ANSEL ADAMS

Molded by Mountains  
The Range of Light changed Ansel Adams, and Adams changed the way the rest of us see the world.
by Stephen Fox

Artist and Activist
 A gallery, with reflections on the man and his work. by Stewart Brand, Helen Ely Brill, Kenneth Brower, Daniel Duane, Jack Dykinga, Sue Kunitomi Embrey, Mark Klett, Mike McCloskey, Tim Palmer, Carl Pope, Galen Rowell, John F. Seiberling, John Sexton, Rebecca Solnit, John Szarkowski, Edgar Wayburn, Art Wolfe, and Ann Zwinger

All Aboard 
The transit of the future has arrived. It’s called a bus.
by Jim Motavalli

Ode to the Bus
Where the elite can meet the street. 
by Bob Schildgen