November 1, 2016

Ansel Adams Photographs and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: Good News in History

From Good News in History, November 1 - Good News Network:

With all the negativity in the current election cycle, let's share some Good News today!

75 years ago today, famed photographer Ansel Adams took what would become one of the most famous photographs in history:  the moon over Hernandez, New Mexico.  Isn't it amazing what black and white photography can capture?

In 1512, Michelangelo’s Vatican Sistine Chapel ceiling paintings were unveiled to the public.  The spectacular paintings cover 12,000 square feet and took 4 years to complete:

Sistine Chapel Paintings
Credit:  wikipedia.com


For more Good News and to view Ansel Adam's famous Moon Over Hernandez photograph, click on the Good News Network link above.

Have a Happy Day! 

Mary Rae Fouts



4 comments:

  1. I didn't realize that Ansel Adams photo was so famous.

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  2. We need more Good News, for sure.

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  3. Amazing what was done in the early 1500s. Could a current artist do that today?

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  4. The Sistine Chapel only took 4 years? Thought it was much longer than that. Amazing.

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