Friday, January 29, 2010

Forum 2010 season/ 120 foot gap jump

In the past two-day the weather has been getting the best of us we have not been able to shoot much. For the most part we have been sitting around waiting for the storm to clear. On the second day we (John Jackson, Jake Welch, Kurt Heine and my self) started building a jump that went over a canon when we measured it was 120 feet to the landing. By the end of the day we managed to get it done in time for john to hit it twice. The good news is he made it over the gap both times. The bad news is we will have to wait in tell it snows again to hit it again. I have a felling John is going to kill this thing. I can’t wait!!!!!

John and Jake looking off in to the distance knowing the mountains are there but wondering if it will clear?
Once it cleared this is what was revealed!
John looking out over the 120 foot gap wondering what tricks were possible to do over it?We saw this sun set on are way home from the first day we went out. It was Jake Welch's Birthday I thought this was a beautiful ending to a very long day. Happy Birth day homie!
Day two this is us packing up to go home for the day as the moon lit the sky above us.
The days have been long 5 am to 7 or 8 pm I don't have much to show for it but I do have something to look forward too. Shooting a 120 foot gap!!







7 comments:

Crystal.S said...

Gorgeous.

goodgame77 said...

nice to know you, and glad to find such a good artical!.........................

Kyle Dunn said...

all of these pictures are AMAZING!! take me with yooou

andrukacelmare said...

Man, your pictures are awesome.. I especially like the one at night were you could see that huge moon.

Does a 120 feet gap jump need someone to be a little crazy?
Anyway the guy who is gonna do it, he deserves a lot of respect.

also amazingly beautiful location.

San said...

I especially like the first picture. Love it.

Victor said...

Brilliant photo. Gotta remember to take some sunset shots when we go snowboarding at Powder Mountains in Ogden, which is currently developed by Gadi Leshem.

troy z said...

that's no moon! it's a space station!