A landscape rendition of my morning on the Owens. I have to say, the Eastern Sierra’s is an amazing area.
One exposure using Lightroom, CC 2014, Tony Kuyper’s action panel and Lumenzia. 13 more words
On Wednesday, 25th November a new book – Wells, Graves and Statues – by Dr Louise Nugent and Dr Richard Scriven, both of University College Cork, was launched in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork by the Bishop, Dr Paul Colton. 181 more words
Every year, Cal Climbing makes a trip to Bishop in the Eastern Sierras for Thanksgiving. Though I unfortunately won’t be able to make the annual pilgrimage to the East Side this year, I felt compelled to write up a little primer on ethics & etiquette for the psyched crew of crushers heading to the Buttermilks and the Tablelands, and I thought I’d share it here. 1,293 more words
So now that my book is finally out, and selling like empty snail-houses, I can finally focus on some other things. (Such as writing the next one.) As beautiful as my wife’s eye is, I’m getting a little tired of seeing it everywhere, so I’ll try to update this page a little more often, and with at least some content that isn’t Fall of Noman-related. 982 more words