the welsh 3000s

  In preparation for Mont Blanc, a couple of friends and I decided to take on the Welsh 3000s challenge. In essence, that means climbing all 15 mountains in Wales over 3,000ft in under 24 hours, without using any transportation means. Luckily, all fifteen fall within 3 mountain ranges (so we had to do 3 …

crazy adrenaline sunday

  My buddy Chris and I luckily both ended up being in Bulgaria around the same time (doesn’t happen that often nowadays) which always warrants some craziness. So naturally we decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather last weekend and do an insane adrenaline Sunday — skydiving and bungee jumping in one day 😀 …

lower your eyelids and go to the sun

  So I went skydiving again this past weekend with my buddy Chris (always fun, bro!) and realized there are few things that make me as happy as that feeling of complete freedom you get in midair… kinda wish I was more like these guys. Note to self: somehow find a way to jump with …

my dad is a lionheart

Inspired by a friend’s book he read recently, my dad had this crazy idea to put on some medals he’s gotten over the years (none are war related, don’t worry) and take some fun shots 😉 I love that man.   I played around with the more serious one to make it look like an …

castellers

During the Festival La Mercè in Barcelona, each year Plaça Sant Jaume is filled to the brim with thousands of locals and tourists alike, waiting to see the spectacle that is the castellers (in Catalan, castell means human tower). You know, I’m no stranger to doing crazy, adrenaline-pumping things, but this is a whole other …

via ferrata

  Our first stop for the trip around the Alps was the Italian Dolomites where we were going to do some via ferratas for a couple of days. We slept in this beautiful hut, Rifugio Brentei. The little construction you see behind it and in the second photo is in fact a shrine filled with …