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@jimmychin Jimmy Chin
National Geographic Photographer || Filmmaker
|Happy Earth Day to our Mother Earth...
Thank you to those fighting to protect and preserve our precious planet.
@tompkins_conservation @conservationalliance @protectourwinters @sealegacy @1percentftp @honnoldfoundation @kristine_tompkins @amivitale @paulnicklen @mitty @jeremyjones @stevewinterphoto @beverlyjoubert @prideofgypsies and others. Tag the people and organizations you think are doing important work for our wildlife and wild places. #earthdayeveryday
|As I mentioned in yesterday’s post @felipe.camargo is epically strong. Well, here’s why... He trains hard. You might want to take some time to work up to Felipe’s fingerboard sessions though 😂 #casual
It’s been motivating and inspiring to see many of my teammates at @thenorthface taking this moment to train hard, work on weaknesses so they are better and stronger when they can get back out doing what they love most.
Also check @johncollinson and @risemovement for some great training regimens.
|Hang in there...
The epically strong @felipe.camargo doing his thing in Getu, China.
|I’ve shared a rope w @conrad_anker for close to 20 years. That’s a lot of expeditions, a lot of experiences and a lot of images. Grateful to still be climbing and making photographs w him. Nice to add another journey and a few more moments to the list. Thanks for the years of friendship Conrad.
@thenorthface @yeti @hanahliving @antarcticlogistics
|Monday mountain meditation. Polar Sun Spire - Baffin Island. The 4300ft north face is probably one of the steepest continual walls on earth.
Digging through the archives these last few weeks (and the forseeable future) as I’m finally putting together a photo book...
Found a series of long forgotten images from one of the most expedition-like commercial shoots I’ve ever done. Real stakes, a lot of unknowns, challenging shooting conditions and plenty of high end action - including what was probably the first three way ski BASE ever done. What a team and what an adventure... A nice jaunt down memory
Check the vid on the third slide - that’s called performing casually under pressure.
Vid by @dirkcollins
BASE Jumper @jtholmesjr
|Smooth seas do not a good sailor make.
Labrador Sea, Greenland. @panerai
As a small show of our heartfelt gratitude for their dedication and bravery in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, from April 14, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2020 @thenorthface will be giving a 50% discount to healthcare workers and first responders in the United States.
This discount can be used for the purchase of certain non-sale items on thenorthface.com and at The North Face-owned retail stores in the United States. During this same period @thenorthface will also be offering these individuals a 10% discount on non-clearance items at our outlet stores in the United States.
The discount is available to Healthcare Workers and First Responders who are directly responsible for keeping us safe at this time. Included professions are: doctors, nurses, technicians, medical researchers, hospital workers, EMTs, firefighters, police etc.
Proud to be working w a company that is doing their best, even in these harsh economic times, to support the health care workers and first responders on the front lines.
To apply for discount, hit the link in my bio.
@conrad_anker || Ulvetanna || Antarctica
|Hanging out w @conrad_anker today but this time virtually at @americanalpine Clubhouse - 6pm MT. Talking about our climb on Ulvetanna, Queen Maud Land, Antarctica a few years ago. Come hang out. Link in bio. @thenorthface @yeti 📸 @sav.cummins 🎥 @conrad_anker||2020/05/22 05:36:29||56,427||122|
|@hilareenelson likely carrying more than her share of the load on Mount Tyree. After several days of prep and getting into position for an attempt on the 7000ft NW face of Tyree, we spent two days pushing on the mountain. Unfortunately major avy indicators and conditions dictated the day. 5000ft of steep climbing to our high point meant reversing 5000ft on our front points with beautiful skiing off to our side. Sirens calling but we avoided the temptation. A few turns near the bottom were all we got. Sometimes the goal is just to live to ski another day.
I’ve known @hilareenelson for almost twenty years. Incredible to watch her storied career unfold in the mountains over that time. I don’t know how many expeditions she’s been on but it’s a lot...by any standard. I’d always admired Hilaree’s tenacity and endless motivation as well as her humor and low key demeanor. Don’t mistake that for being timid. She’s not. Among other accolades, she was the first woman to climb both Everest and Lhotse in 24 hours, she was National Geographic’s Explorer of the year in 2018 and recently, w @jimwmorrison, made the first descent of Papsura Peak in India and the Lhotse Coulior on the fourth highest peak in the world. In short she has quietly been amassing some of the most serious ski mountaineering first descents on the planet.
My first expedition with Hilaree was in 2011 when we skied Denali together. I checked her sled one day and realized she had been adding much of the weight and gear of other less experienced members of the team on her sled. I could barely move it. It goes without saying that’s the kind of partner you want on an expedition. Someone that’s got your back. It was a pleasure to be back in the mountains with Hilaree in Antarctica. It’d had been a while since we shared a rope.
|A long way from home. Thanks for the 📸 @tedhesser. Ellsworth Range, Antarctica. @thenorthface||2020/04/22 00:18:44||45,251||155|
|Magic. Borneo. @conrad_anker @thenorthface||2020/05/21 00:05:45||43,677||221|
|Summer down low. Winter up high. Kicked off the flip flops for a few late season missions to some less traveled corners of the backyard. @jimmyhartman zending.
2nd 📸 by @jimmyhartman