Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Summer B-Sides: The Almost-Lost Photos of Summer 2011

Over the past week, I ran a short photos series on the Run Junkie Twitter feed that highlights some of the frames I captured over the summer that didn't make it into my singletrack:photos portfolio or on to Run Junkie proper.  Until now. Since there's not perfect overlap between my Twitter followers and my regular blog readers, I thought I'd post them here as well.  Hope they have something to offer.

Summer B-Sides:
Brad and AJW () showing how it's done on Lanes Trail in Sun Valley: 

KB showing why it's called the high lonesome (Devils Bedstead West, Idaho):

Brownie leading the way on the Lake Creek Connector, showing us just how easy it can be: 

Brad and Tizz near the top of the Adams Gulch big loop, wondering where summer went:  

Opening it up descending down Harpers in early summer green (Sun Valley, Idaho): 

Cruising through the Snowyside notch leaving Twin Lakes behind (Sawtooth Wilderness, Idaho): 

KB working the "airy traverse" to the summit of Devils Bedstead West: 

Brad getting ready to parachute down to the headwaters of the East Fork of the Big Wood:  

1 comment:

Gretchen said...

Beautiful! Thanks for putting these up - I somehow missed all of them on twitter.

The fact that these hadn't made the original cut is a testament to what amazing places you have to run. Although, sometimes B-sides do turn out to be better tracks than their counterpart singles.