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Floating sauna in Flekkefjord🌊
Having spent the last 24 years exploring the Zion backcountry, I saw the Grand Canyon as a proper next challenge. Unfortunately, there’s nothing proper about this place; it can chew-up the unprepared (and prepared) alike.
I’ve relied heavily on explorers who came before me, whose memories and writings have been essential to my own survival. Todd Martin (Author of ‘Grand Canyoneering’), shows that he still has the physicality and wherewithal to descend unknown canyons. And I was just happy to be along for the ride.
“York and the Impressions Gallery, way back in the 1970s, is where my photography career kicked off. So it is very nice to return and contribute to the Future Now symposium, many, many years later.” – @martinparrstudio. Tickets in bio. •
Muy contentos de ser parte de este libro curado y editado por @patriciopozo felicitaciones, maravilloso trabajo! 100 ensayos de 100 diseños chilenos desde lo popular a lo profesional. Foto Hotel Antumalal por @cristobal_palma
Annie are you okay, are you okay, Annie?
My last hours of 2019 ended with quite a hair-raising experience, and I have a CRAZY story to tell you from my outings last night to photograph the New Years fireworks.
I had an idea last night to snowshoe up to a cliff overlooking town to gain a unique perspective of the fireworks over the valley, so at 10:30pm I bundled up, strapped on my snowshoes and headlamp, and started trudging up through knee deep powder towards my destination. When I was only about ten minutes up from the road, I was alarmed when I saw three or four pairs of orange eyes reflecting at me from behind some bushes up ahead. My first thought was that they were probably just deer. But I was a bit concerned that the eyes were orange; typically I remember all the deer I’ve seen at night having greenish colored eyes in light of my headlamp. Even more alarming, though, was the fact that the eyes had a certain calm and confidence to them – the animals clearly were not afraid of me and had no intention of fleeing like deer normally would.
About 20-30 feet from the “eyes”, I could see that one of the animals was standing up while the other two or three were sitting or laying down. I took a few more steps closer to get a closer look when I got a clear view of the one that was standing. It was a MASSIVE mountain lion staring right at me! Along with two or three of his buddies (I was too focussed on the big guy to count the others). Holy shit. I quietly turned around and retreated back down through the snow, trying not to seem panicked or rushed like prey, but constantly glancing over my shoulder while trying not to trip over my snowshoes. I got back to my truck without incident, got in as fast as I could, and got the hell out of there, with a bit of adrenaline pumping through my veins!
So, although I was scared away from my intended photo destination, at least I got a story to tell! I had enough time to drive to an old standby vantage point and take the photo above as a consolation shot.
Happy New Year! I hope 2020 is full of more excitement and adventure, though preferrably not involving close encounters with mountains lion gangs!
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