This photo is from @jonathankingston of me with double shadows protecting my new route. So over the past couple of months, I’ve mostly been posting old photos. The reason for this is that I’ve been working almost exclusively on this new route with @brokenrobox that’s underground in a cave and I haven’t been able to get any good photos of it. A couple days ago my buddy @jonathankingston came out. He’s an awesome NatGeo professional photographer, so he has the skills and gear to get good photos. I’m going to be posting a bunch of his photos, but go follow his account for more awesome photography. The route is a ~100 foot long roof crack inside a lava tube, and it’s really cool and completely unique. I’m starting to get close to putting together the FA. Working title on it is “In The Belly Of The Beast”. Tentatively proposing a grade of somewhere in the 5.13 range. More photos of it to come!

This photo is from @jonathankingston of me with double shadows protecting my new route. 
So over the past couple of months, I've mostly been posting old photos. The reason for this is that I've been working almost exclusively on this new route with @brokenrobox that's underground in a cave and I haven't been able to get any good photos of it.

A couple days ago my buddy @jonathankingston came out.  He's an awesome NatGeo professional photographer, so he has the skills and gear to get good photos. I'm going to be posting a bunch of his photos, but go follow his account for more awesome photography. 
The route is a ~100 foot long roof crack inside a lava tube, and it's really cool and completely unique. I'm starting to get close to putting together the FA. Working title on it is "In The Belly Of The Beast". Tentatively proposing a grade of somewhere in the 5.13 range.  More photos of it to come!

This photo is from @jonathankingston of me with double shadows protecting my new route. 
So over the past couple of months, I've mostly been posting old photos. The reason for this is that I've been working almost exclusively on this new route with @brokenrobox that's underground in a cave and I haven't been able to get any good photos of it.

A couple days ago my buddy @jonathankingston came out.  He's an awesome NatGeo professional photographer, so he has the skills and gear to get good photos. I'm going to be posting a bunch of his photos, but go follow his account for more awesome photography. 
The route is a ~100 foot long roof crack inside a lava tube, and it's really cool and completely unique. I'm starting to get close to putting together the FA. Working title on it is "In The Belly Of The Beast". Tentatively proposing a grade of somewhere in the 5.13 range.  More photos of it to come!

This photo is from @jonathankingston of me with double shadows protecting my new route.
So over the past couple of months, I’ve mostly been posting old photos. The reason for this is that I’ve been working almost exclusively on this new route with @brokenrobox that’s underground in a cave and I haven’t been able to get any good photos of it.

A couple days ago my buddy @jonathankingston came out. He’s an awesome NatGeo professional photographer, so he has the skills and gear to get good photos. I’m going to be posting a bunch of his photos, but go follow his account for more awesome photography.
The route is a ~100 foot long roof crack inside a lava tube, and it’s really cool and completely unique. I’m starting to get close to putting together the FA. Working title on it is “In The Belly Of The Beast”. Tentatively proposing a grade of somewhere in the 5.13 range. More photos of it to come!

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