Pilgrimage: Annie Leibovitz's America

Annie Leibovitz, legendary photographer and author of Pilgrimage, discusses her journey through this country, taking photographs of American pilgrimage sights. 

Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Emily Dickinson's only surviving dress
Emily Dickinson's only surviving dress ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Old props from Martha Graham's studio, are storied in a warehouse in Yonkers. The iron gates to the old studio lean against a back wall.
Old props from Martha Graham's studio, are storied in a warehouse in Yonkers. The iron gates to the old studio lean against a back wall. ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Sigmund Freud's couch in his study at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London
Sigmund Freud's couch in his study at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Ansel Adams moved to a house near the ocean in Carmel, California, in 1962. He worked in his state-of-the-art darkroom there during the last years of his life. The walls were painted black.
Ansel Adams moved to a house near the ocean in Carmel, California, in 1962. He worked in his state-of-the-art darkroom there during the last years of his life. The walls were painted black. ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
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