Archive for December, 2011

Rye Airfield | December 13, 2011

Rye Airfield | 12-13-11

Took another trip to Rye last night, still discouraged with my production quality but we’ll get it.

Rye Airfield | 12-6-11

Last week was a test run for video at Rye, the lighting there is really hard to work with and I think I should have it dialed for this Tuesday evening.

Also, a little clip from last season’s dreadful attempt at “The Dutchess”. Lucas is yearning to get another whack at it this season.

Rye Airfield | 12-5-11

I went to Rye tonight to shoot with J-5, Skip, Paul and some young guns but ended up focusing solely on the vert. Most of the evening was spent on video but I snapped a few photos here and there to see how it handled the flash. Here is what I came up with, video on the way..

The Autumn Sun | Part Four

Looking Back | Winter 2010/2011

We had an all-time winter last year, I only wish I was in the same shape that I was last April. We’ve got our eyes on a little system that could bring some white stuff to the Northern Kingdom towards the beginning of next week. Check out some photos taken by our own Andy Madea.

This photo is from a trip Andy and I took up towards Cannon last season, we had our eyes on some terrain right off of the highway and just couldn’t find a good route up to the summit. Lookers right of this photo is a place called “Eagle Cliff” – a Peak just to the North of Lafayette I believe. That one is still on the hit list for this season.

Left hand side of this photo is the dreaded “Dutchess” – just ask Lucas about this one.

She looks much more tame than she really is, again, just ask Lucas.

A beautiful Nightscape from Andy at Mt. Bachelor in Oregon.

Just before detonation. This grey pro-shell he has on now has a 5″ burn hole in the back.

Photography by Andy Madea