15 July 2010

New Photos

Of the many projects currently under way, I am trying to catch up on my photo albums. As I go back through my photos, I realize that my camera is capable of taking some pretty incredible pictures. For your visual enchantment, please follow the links:

At the border of Southern Peru and North Western Bolivia, this lake is at the heart of the Incan world. We hiked and camped on the Isla del Sol, Puno, and Copacabana in early June. Big thanks to Todd for stitching together this super rad sunset panorama:
(This picture is giant! Click on it for bigger viewing options)

14,179 feet tall and one of the most prominent mountains in America, this volcano is always a spectacular climb. This year's conditions were particularly good. I summited with both of my climbing groups - the first trip was a private group from the Bay Area and the second trip was part of a summer youth camp (Adventure Trek).

Gotta love those 2am alpine starts - headlamps on!

It was a particularly scenic week on Shasta.

Quite frankly, this is the worst packing job I have ever seen. There is more outside the backpack than inside, yet somehow he didn't lose a single item on the descent.

Upcoming photo albums include: The Cordillera Huayhuash in Northern Peru, La Paz and the Cordillera Real, Salar de Uyuni in Southern Bolivia, and recent photos from our California break.

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  1. Can't wait to see more of them. I have been going through all your South America trip reports and pictures over the last couple of days :)

  2. Great pics Danny. And yes, that packing job is comical. Wow.