"Headlamps diffuse against the night like black watercolor blurred on wet paper. I look down at my rope team and I can’t tell who is who; they could be anyone I know, or no one. 13,000 feet up Mount Rainier, the distinctive features of the individuals I spent the last three days with are completely obscured in layers of warm clothing. In their shadows hunched against the wind, I see myself, and why I am here." Excerpt from the story that accompanies this painting in the REI Force of Nature Publication.
Archival museum quality giclée print that replicates the colors of the original painting. Signed by hand. Flat rate five dollar shipping in the US.