Oops! Turns out the negatives found at a garage sale that were purported to be lost Ansel Adams snaps worth $US200 million were actually taken by somebody's Uncle Earle. Still, nice eye, Uncle Earle. [Petapixel via Animal via Daily What]
Those $US200m Ansel Adams Garage Sale Photos? Yeah, They're Fake
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