"Climbers are perceived by the general public as being adventurous, courageous, fearless. But in fact we climbers are often neurotic and insecure in our own weird ways. And a lot of what we fret about—the couple extra pounds we put on over the holidays; the week we went without training; the tiny tear of skin in our finger; the little seeping pocket on our project; etc.—would probably seem completely trivial and downright silly to the general public."
Lenticular cloud hovering over the summit of #Everest. Shot during a ski and snowboard mountaineering expedition w @jxnhende and @stephen_koch to the 9000ft North Face of the mountain. #alpinestyle #fromthevault @thenorthface @thephotosociety
Tricky tricky tricky … Jonas on Humble Pie (5.12+) in Indian Creek
Indian Creek looking good.
Still looking for an experienced dirtbagging partner. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Source: ontherope.com, via letthesuninside)
Photo // @robfrostmedia
An epic week of filming and very little sleep in #yosemite capped off by a lap on Half Dome w @robfrostmedia. A little self indulgent but had to post this shot that Frosty got of me #honnolding. We were aiming for @alexhonnold’s record of 1 hour and 22 min but missed it by about half a day. Next time…. #jimmypix @sadiequarrier @natgeo
Finally back training on a regular basis. Slowly getting back into shape. Muscle, come back to me!