Category Archive for: ‘Photography’

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The old truck I used…

The old truck I used to play in in Topsfield, MA. Not much left after 30 years!

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A cold morning swim for…

A cold morning swim for Pema in Loch Lomond.

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Still places to be all…

Still places to be all alone in the Rockies! Mount Bancroft East Ridge & Loch Lomond.

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Early morning in the Rockies…can’t…

Early morning in the Rockies…can’t beat it!

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Edward Norton’s “Donate to Drink” Video features Jake Norton’s Images

Edward Norton – no not my father, although his name is Edward Norton, too, and, also not Teddy Norton of …

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From Everest to Blackpool: Alfred Gregory’s Work on Display & Auction

Alfred Gregory is not exactly a household name, but his work in 1953 was seen by millions around the world. …

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A First Ascent? Possibly. A Great Time? Definitely.

It’s not easy to find many new climbs in Colorado, especially fairly easy, long, alpine routes. But, I think my …

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Conrad Anker attempts to free climb the notorious Second Step on the Northeast Ridge of Everest on May 17, 1999. Dave Hahn belays him immediately below. Photo by Jake Norton.

George Mallory and the Second Step: A Red Herring?

I’ve been slowly having my archive of slides – some 15,000 from past shoots and expeditions – scanned by ScanCafe. …

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Earliest European view of Everest found in Kew Archives

This is pretty cool: A sketch of the Everest region, dating to roughly 1848, was recently discovered in the archives …

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Aerial images by GeoEye of Everest with route and note overlays added by Jake Norton.

Everest from the Air…with Routes & Features

A lot of you were interested in the aerial image of Everest from GeoEye I blogged about last week. I …

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