I’ve been in Rossland for a couple weeks now and don’t get me wrong it’s been great. But the restlessness has crept back to the forefront. My Cabin has become a haven for the fever, and the road once again began to sing it’s tempting tune. Traharn and I figured we would make way of Revelstoke, catch up with my sister and her lad Matt. Along the way I challenged myself to capture something cool on the opposite end of the glass. The First couple days didn’t disappoint… Sub-zero Sutherlund Falls.
Surviving the sleeting clouds of November can be a serious pain in the ass at times. But hey, with a little shift in Perspective the fog looks a little brighter. I am sitting here fresh off wrapping up and outlandish personal project that has left me scratching my head for the past year and half. But alas, it’s done and dusted. Filmed, captured, documented, shot, call it what you want… Stoked! It’ll be a Spring release so there’s no point in getting into it, but I dropped a few of those monkey’s off the o’l back, so life’s feeling pretty good.
Surviving the Project was one thing but sitting there waiting to congratulate me at the finish line is this wonderfully gorgeous shit weather. Off the bike and straight into shoulder season… bogus. But I figured instead of sitting on my arse window shopping for better weather, I would shed the house and get my beak wet. Alright so some of these pictures make it look like another lovely fall day, but all were captured between the turbulence. Either way layer up and get after it.
I am in the midst of filming a project that has taken a year of solid prep, so the inevitable Rampage post has been put on the back burner. It’s coming all in good time, but in the mean time, a little filler. Here’s a little experiment for the o’l blog. Something a little different than the standard image.