After the Flood

The last week and a half have been a wild ride. What began as a normal day of canyoneering, nearly turned lethal. If descending the canyon had taken five more minutes, people would have died.  I could have been responsible for the loss of three other’s lives, and potentially putting at risk a Search and Rescue team as well. The weight of that responsibility, even though everyone is safe, has been heavy on me.

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September 5, 2013 by Eric Hanson General 32

Surviving Behunin (A Debacle)

Today I am humbled. Yesterday could have been the end of me, swept away in a flood of raging water. I underestimated nature, and its ability to turn from tranquil beauty to a freight train of violent energy that destroys without mercy.

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The Depths of Mystery

This is a hard, cruel place. A place that can kill you in an instant. One mistake, one oversight, hell, a simple raincloud can take your life. Oh, but its as beautiful as it is cruel.

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Choose Hard

Many people dream of sipping Mai Thais on a tropical beach somewhere, toes in the sand, without a care in the world. The turquoise waters melodically crashing before you with a warm sun overhead. It sounds pretty perfect right? And yet,

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August 21, 2013 by Eric Hanson Film and Video, Photography 0

Northwest Moonrise

During a road trip from Utah to California to Oregon, I shot this time lapse video of a full moon rising near Mt. Hood, Oregon. The campsite that night had one of the most incredible views of Mt. Hood, and we happened to be there at a perfect time of year. Enjoy this short time lapse!   Northwest Moonrise from Eric Hanson on Vimeo.

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