Exhibit of bad Ansel Adams photos of L.A.
''In the early 1960s Adams rediscovered the photographs among papers at his home in Carmel and donated them to the Los Angeles Public Library. He wrote in a letter: 'The weather was bad over a rather long period and none of the pictures were very good... I would imagine that they represent about $100.00 minimum value... At any event, I do not want them back.' But as many critics will agree, sometimes an artist is not always the best judge of their own work."