This is Ansel Adams, who everyone knows is the most famous photographic artist since the camera was first invented:
Interestingly, at least according to what I read, he never identified himself as a photographer, but rather as “an artist that used the medium of photography.”
And this is one of his masterpieces, the church at Bodega Bay:
Well, now it’s my turn!
Recently, at about the midpoint of my daily morning 15km Nordic walk, I captured what I thought was a magnificent snap of a church in Winterthur, basking in the early morning sunlight:
This snap has not been retouched or enhanced in any way. It’s snaps like this – fresh out of my little point-and-shoot camera – that really keep me going!