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Day 1 Switzerland assignment. Photos are only part of what we get from our job. The lasting memories come from who we meet. Pila, St. Moritz.
Each year I battle the reality of warm days turning cold. And then I go skiing! Ahhhh…
Home from travels for just one week and already the urge to travel is creeping back. Editing always confirms why we do what we do, and love it so much. Once again, Nepal is calling. Where next?
One of the best parts of our job is the people we meet, people who become great friends. @simonduverney is a perfect example. Mountain guide, ace climber, @outdoorresearch athlete and all around class act. Likes to laugh and have fun. Thanks for a great trip!
Simon, I’m sorry for asking you to go on 8b+ in direct sun… Dan. Geyikbayiri, Turkey
Playing Twister in Turkey for @outdoorresearch
As I edit images from Annapurna I’m finding images that mean a lot to me. This is a photo of @janinepatitucci in Advance Basecamp the night Ueli Steck was on the mountain, climbing solo through the night. We couldn’t sleep so were in and out of the tent looking up, hoping to find him on the massive south face. It wasn’t until the early morning that we finally spotted him downclimbing from the summit.
Views of the world’s highest mountain at cruising level. As always, awesome fun. Farewell Nepal!
After five weeks in Nepal, with a quick visit to Bhutan, it’s time to pack up and head home. We enjoyed a little bit of everything, from trekking to climbing to Buddhist culture.
After Annapurna, we left Nepal for a few days in Bhutan.