Just a few of the peaks we wandered to the top of on a previous trip to Tahoe
From rope stretching goodness to some gorgeous landscapes
Working our way through several bouldering spots throughout the South Lake Tahoe area.
I've taken on a photo-project, my first "serious" attempt at creating artwork and not just photographing the world as it presents itself to me. The goal is to capture 10-12 yogis doing their thing nude, on the beach or in the woods. Creating a dialogue between the natural world and the human body through imagry.
A three day trek, just under 40 miles, endless river swimming, a calf destroying climb, a momma bear with a cub, and a relaxing river. Oh, not to mention the whole things was a bit smoky!
There is endless talent rolling through the streets of Santa Cruz and floating on the water. Here are some images from some skating downtown. A few shredders were out and showing off for the camera.
I love where my camera can take me, from walking through rain forests to biking around islands to taking photos of a couple of cool guys drinking tea. Asked to capture the spirit of the owner of Hidden Peak Teahouse, I recorded and snapped images of a walk through Santa Cruz with tea.
Admittedly, I had a blast, drank delicious tea, and got to create a VERY long video, with all raw footage, and was told to do as little editing as possible. The result, an hour-and-10 minute walk through Santa Cruz. The only cutscenes were for battery swaps and to take stills, otherwise this video is just hand-held raw footage. Check out the video below if you dare:
Otherwise, here are a few of the images: