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Three photos from the Conservation and Development collection

Ansel Adams said, “Photography, as a powerful medium of expression and communications, offers an infinite variety of perception, interpretation and execution.”

Please enjoy this selection of photographs—the work of many artists over the course of many years—endeavoring to capture and convey what is embodied and implied by the words "North Carolina".

The initial pilot project contains 1130 images from the North Carolina Conservation and Development Department, Travel and Tourism Division Photo Files pertaining to six popular topics: cotton, Cherokee Indians, galax, jugtown pottery, Plott hounds and textiles. More images surrounding other topics will be added over time.

Last Modified: 06/06/2012




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