Such cool double exposures!
Gallery on my website should be up by the first of the year!
Silver gelatin and cyanotype prints also will be available then to.
Editions only up to seven and three APs.
Some have already been spoken for…
so please be in touch around Jan. 7th to see what is still available and to reserve yours.
They are truly awesome!
(To those who have messaged me: this one above is not currently available- sorry!)
As I am walking up and down these streets,
looking at the ice,
and the San Francisco Peaks…
I am really just thinking:
Do I need to close my eyes…is it time to turn away.
Photographs taken on the fly, with my handy dandy FM10 (happened to have about 8 frames left)
is Jeff Snyder on his new streaked obscurity at the Paradise Forks.
Colorful climbing, on a thin shield of basalt goodness with just the perfect amount of handholds vs. gear placements.
Nice work there acorn hoarder.
35mm film conversion of my Diana Plastic Toy Camera….I was happy to capture Matt pulling through the lower of two cruxes en route…
Hobo Jungle is a newer climbing area east of town hosting a variety of routes…
including the one above which is an open project that one of the areas developers bolted.
Here is the information if you wish to get up there and see what happening and to get an afternoon of cragging in…
Mountain Project: Hobo Jungle
see the bright new rope 🙂
we needed a new lead rope soooo bad (green machine took the dive and our fixed ropes that were stolen put us back a bit too…)
so this Sterling Rope Ion2 is so ROCKIN’ ROLL and a delightful replacement of our last one!
Not only is it the lightest rope for the length, but really it coils beautifully fits nice and snug in my backpack…
it really is an amazing rope, it ties, belays and runs through gear beautifully.
bottom line: DURABILITY
our last one took a beating- for a long time….
so it’s worth the investment I assure you 🙂
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