I graduated from college and moved to Yosemite with the intention of cutting my teeth climbing on it’s looming walls. This particular iconic chunk of perfect Sierra Nevada granite was one of the first major features that I climbed when I arrived. Huge, committing, and terrifying, I clearly remember laying awake at the base of it the night before our climb and looking up the face into the unknown. I have since returned numerous times and had many more adventures, but this wall will always mean a lot to me.
Yosemite National Park, California
Shot on a Hassleblad with 120 Film
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LightJet print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper. One AP is reserved in each size. Original limited-edition fine art print by Andy Bardon. Please see the Info / FAQ link in our menu for more details about our papers, archival quality, and more.