Best adventure photo 2015
• The best adventure photo 2015
Spend weeks and months the real lovers of extreme sports in search of hard routes and beautiful, unusual spots. These give birth to people traveling to the very edge of the world, where the outside world ceases to be subject to the usual urban rhythm. Most stalkers manage to conquer the steep walls and rafting on the turbulent river on a makeshift raft.
And, of course, these guys take with them professional photographers. In fact, why should conquer the unknown, when no one will know about your adventures? Today, we have selected some of the best shots of the kind made in the first half of 2015 year.
In December 2013, the photographer Woodworth rafting in the Grand Canyon with his father. Actually, the classic rafting can not be called: the company's own alloyed to make a raft. Then add pictures and this was done.
Last October, a free traveler Peacock and his wife, Sabina, traveling from Santa Barbara to Yosemite National Park. Plan was to conquer one of the most significant heights, Mount Matthes Crest, and spend the night, having fixed to the rock.
Within ten days, the photographer Mark Wilborn, drove south on Peru in search of a new route to the town of Inca Choquequirao. Accidentally turning the altar ruins, Mark saw leading the way along the precipice: just wind blew and blew scraps of fog obscuring the trail. The risk was incredible - but the result was worth it.
In this picture captures Cody Tuttle, a professional climber from Milwaukee. To overcome this wall (granite, height of about nine hundred meters), Tuttle was preparing for years.
I spent a whole day on the island Telendas Professional climber Simon Deverni. In the end, then was chosen as the most complex Cave of Crystals.
During a two-week trip to the Canadian mountains, friends Boucard Pram and Christian Fernandez discovered this wonderful spot.