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Photography of Adam Jahiel

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

I rediscovered the photography of Adam Jahiel after reading through some of my old research books. This particular project, The Last Cowboy, his amazing composition of big skies, and cowboys working with the horses in the Great Basin, the rugged West of the United States really does make for captivating viewing. Jahiel writes on his website about the project – “…the cowboy tradition has its roots in the oldest of human conflicts: man against nature and man against himself.” The atmosphere of the photography below is wonderful reflection of the dying art of ranching in America. You can order some of his prints here.