UNTITLED - Ren Hang
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Posted 2/4/13 @ 7:41 PM
Analogue Traveler 17 by eintoern
395 just south of Carson City.
Posted 1/31/13 @ 10:13 AM
Photo by Grant Kaye.
Grant is a friend of mine and a great photographer. Surfing on Lake Tahoe is not all that unusual, although the highest winds which make the big waves come this time of year when temperatures are not exactly tropical. East winds are foretasted today with gusts up to 115 mph on the ridge tops, temps only in the mid 20s and 3-5 foot waves on the lake.
Posted 12/1/11 @ 9:52 AM
Hypothermia’s Surf’s up!
Uplifting by jurvetson on Flickr.
The old Newport chair which, sadly, is no more. Some of those chairs still had wooden seats. I wanted to try to get one for a bench but apparently the whole thing was shipped to Peru or something.
Posted 11/8/11 @ 9:34 AM
Here I am last weekend shooting a video for the Shane McConkey Foundation in the Squaw Valley meadow. I’m in the back on the left. Tim Manning is on the other camera and Matt Reardon is playing guitar for the kids.
Photo by Brit Crezee
Flickr / gromeez
Posted 11/3/11 @ 3:28 PM
Photo By Keoki Flagg
This is the photo you can see behind me in that trucker hat shot. It’s titled ‘Shane On McConkeys’. It is the peak of KT-22 (just outside my office) which was renamed ‘McConkey’s’ after the untimely death of local superstar Shane McConkey in 2009. This shot was the cover photo of Powder Magazine’s issue dedicated to Shane. Keoki is a good friend and an incredible photographer. He is mostly known as an action sports photographer but has traveled all over the world capturing amazing images.
Posted 7/25/11 @ 10:52 AM
Photo by Brendan McInerney
I love when the focus is kind of hidden like this. It forces your eye to travel carefully around the whole image and you see things you might have otherwise missed.
Brendan’s parents were my teachers in high school. I took my first photography course from his mother and she was one of my all time favorite teachers. His dad was cool too but he taught Biology. I remember him as a kid riding his bike around campus and now he is a big fancy photographer in NYC. Proving that awesome people have awesome kids.
Posted 7/17/11 @ 1:09 PM
Amazing shot of the Arizona dust storm from Weather Underground by user nukegm
Posted 7/6/11 @ 2:08 PM