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Gold Bar – The Green Goblin V12

I was digging through some of my old photos and found these gems from a trip I took to Gold Bar last summer. High up in the boulder fields in Gold Bar, Bret Johnston and I came across a beautiful boulder covered at the bottom with a bright, neon green moss, hence the name for the problem, The Green Goblin. The route involves an intense overhanging start on a left hand mini-pinch and a right hand crimp, one move to another small crimp, before a dyno to a gigantic sloper.

Green Goblin 1

Green Goblin 2

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Interiors – The Backdoor at Roxy’s

Along with the food photos I recently shot, I got a chance to take pictures of the spaces as well. Below are pictures of the Backdoor at Roxy’s. The curves and shape of the room lent itself well to the wide-angle fisheye. I really wanted to get the detail and colors that are so elaborate in this space, which include several different murals and hanging chandeliers.

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Restaurant Shots – Fremont Firepit

A continuation of the restaurants that I recently shot in Fremont. Below are some shots of The Fremont Firepit, a barbecue-inspired space featuring their house-smoked meats such as pulled pork, ribs and brisket. Click on each image for a larger view!

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Restaurant Shots – The Backdoor at Roxy’s

Just shot three restaurants in Fremont. Check some of these tantalizing plates from The Backdoor at Roxy’s. Click on each photo for a larger image!

Chef Jeffery Davidson with his Charcuterie Plate.

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Climbing

I recently shot a pro climbing competition in Bellevue in September. First professional comp in the Northwest. Awesome turnout, great energy!

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The Temple of Juno

The Temple was located in Deep Playa, far away from the camps. Traveling to it was a good ten minute ride. Stepping past the outer fence, I arrived at the tail-end of an official Playa Wedding, complete with a certified Black Rock City Minister. This was official! After sending the newly-weds off, I stepped into the center of The Temple, completely awestruck by the ornate detail of the Altar and the building as a whole. The reverence was almost tangible within The Temple, with only the occasional sob breaking the silent prayers of the throngs of people. Some scribbled prayers and wishes into the carved walls, while others left letters and pictures to loved ones; all with the knowledge that The Temple would burn on Sunday.

 

More info. on The Temple of Juno check out thetemplecrew.org

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