Ansel Adams marched to the beat of his own drum and during his 65-year career, he raised landscape photography to a whole new level.
Tom dives into the very heart of the world's largest museum complex amidst more than 136 million objects. With such an incredible variety of things to see, any single artifact could seem out of place, but there's nothing haphazard about the systematic collections at the Smithsonian. Tom visits the National Zoo and the National Museum of American History, showing us that breadth certainly doesn't equal randomness.
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