John Wimberley is a nature photographer who makes pictures the old way, with a large film negative and special darkroom supplies, some of which he invented himself. His distinctive place is not Yosemite (though he's had a joint show with Ansel Adams) but the apparent solitude of the great American desert. Out there, he finds both landscapes and examples of the rock art made by indigenous peoples. In this episode he discusses his astonishing art and displays many examples.

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