The latest photographs by Robert Adams, eighteen of them, are currently on display at the Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco. We follow the american photographer along a road lined with pine trees and plants of all kinds. Specializing in travel and his country’s rural settings, Adams takes viewers on a trip to the seaside, although the destination is only revealed upon arrival.
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