Rim Fire, a photo by Amicus Telemarkorum on Flickr.
The late Galen Rowell was a climber, a photographer, an explorer, and yes a runner. He and his work are on my short list of artists who inspire us to get out there and photograph. His photography is beautiful enough … Continue reading
Sagadawa/Kailash video is now hosted over on Vimeo. Enjoy!
I’ve been working with Adobe to beta test and provide feedback on how the new features in Lightroom, Photoshop, and Adobe Revel fit into my workflow. Just saw some of the results from the work pop up online. Psyched to … Continue reading
We climbed L’Arrêt de Marseille last year. The climb is 600 feet of beautiful white limestone with perfect sky all around and the kind of views down to the water that dreams are made of. The route starts off with … Continue reading
On the road from Tibet down into Nepal and finally to Kathmandu, I was glued to the window of the bus, sucking in the wet, thick air. The emptiness of the Tibetan steppe that we had known for the last … Continue reading
This is such a great set of images, sounds, and video from Renan Ozturk. It should be reposted everywhere if you’re a lover of the outdoor world and playing in it. It inspires me. Hope it inspires you, too. Get … Continue reading
Eight days to go. I’ve been spending a lot of time in Bernal Heights for the last month. The SF Marathon is right around the corner, and Bernal is my go-to training area for doing laps with just enough up … Continue reading
I was shooting JC topping out in the Ouray Ice Park when Ian grabbed my smaller camera and began shooting me. It’s pretty rare that someone catches a good photo of me while I’m working at photographing someone else; I … Continue reading
Ahad Sabet enjoying riding the pig back down P1 of Leaning Tower. It was great to be back at the base after spending most of the day headed down. Leaning Tower really does lean, so anybody headed down ends up … Continue reading
We headed down to Pinnacles National Park for a weekend of climbing and wandering around. Congratulations, Pinnacles: you’re the newest national park in the system and none too soon! PNP has some of the craziest landscapes you’ll find in the … Continue reading
After a crazy summer thunderstorm had kicked its way through, we walked back to the edge of the lake and looked out. I was super psyched, because as the sun was getting lower, light started sneaking into the scene under … Continue reading