Thursday, February 14, 2008

Crested Butte part 1, inbounds

If you actually got through the previous post then you know I did eventually make it to Crested Butte, Colorado. (thanks again gals)  I was there on assignment with Backcountry Magazine and writer Mike Horn.  My first day in the Butte I took a little easy.  Mike and I and his friend Eric under cloudy and snowy skies went and did a little freeriding on our snowboards.  It was good to get out there and ride a little.  I figured it had been over two years since I had made my last powder turn on a snowboard.  The other four days in town were spent working.  We had two days of inbound shooting due to the very high avalanche danger and two days of backcountry touring.  Below are a few of my favorite images from two days of inbound/resort skiing.  I'll post some images from the backcountry tours in a few days.  enjoy.


ringleader said...

Great photo gallery. Good writing, too. Can you make everyone look that good on skis? So glad your week in C.B. was fun & productive.

Justin Cash said...

Ringleader, thanks for the kind words. I hope you guys had a great week as well...not sure how you couldn't. Turns out Gordon was on my flight out of Gunny. We both crossed our fingers and got out fine. Also, thanks again for dropping of the tripod. Check back in the next few days as i plan on uploading a few more shots. And to answer your question, if I can make Mike the writer look good, (he's the snowboarder in the orange coat) I can make anyone look good. hahaha!