There’s not much to this one. She’s just there…enjoying this enormous…literal boulder in the middle of the grass field with the monstrosity of whitecapped peaks behind it. Millions of years ago, this boulder was a piece of those peaks…maybe…makes the story better! Now its landing idol, allowing folks to not have to go far and still experience the fun of climbing without the rope, and fidget yourself up to the top. From criss-cross Apple sauce to standing atop this great big-a$$ hunk of minerals.
Now take her…she might be a student, teacher, lawyer, CEO, politician, who cares! Shes got her chalk, and her rock! That’s all that’s needed to feel apart of this hunk O God! One big marble…
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@coreyrichproductions took this shot of Rikke Ishoy bouldering early one fall morning in California’s Volcanic Highlands area, near Bishop, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada. “We were on a monthlong road trip through the West,” says the Lake Tahoe, California–based photographer, 28. “I loved the way the volcanic rock echoed Mount Basin, in the distance— and Rikke put it all into a human scale.” Rich used an 80–200mm lens, exposing 50-speed film at f/4 for 1/500 second. #tbt March issue, 2004 | OutsideOnline.com