The only time you’ll see a cowboy in slippers (crack shoes!).
“The 1990’s and 2000’s saw big gains in automobile safety and more broadly, exposure of the general public to objective hazards in their environment. One split to come from this increasingly protective world was a heightened interest in the physically and mentally demanding sport of rock and ice climbing. The widespread acceptance of the climbing cam, a piece of gear used to help catch falling climbers, allowed climbers to push the limits of vertical exploration. The year of 2016 saw climbers advance the sport tremendously, with many focusing on Leave No Trace ‘free ascents’ (The Dawn Wall, Caldwell & Jorgeson) made possible by improved gear. Speed traverses of imposing ridges, such as Nick Elson’s 6 hour, 30 minute car-to-car traverse of 10 consecutive summits of the Cathedral Group of the Tetons, raised the bar on a local, and global level.”
Printed on a durable, vibrant and long-lasting aluminum print with shadowbox frame and wall mount. Signed.
Pen & Ink, Digital Color | 30″ W x 24″ H | 2016
About Metal Prints
Satiny, low-glare finish. Metal prints with a white base give you crisp, vivid results that seem to glow with inner light. 1″ self leveling shadow box wall mount with screws included.