Shooting out of Cars

July 11, 2011 4 comments

Wind turbines, photo by Caroline Treadway.

I’ve been shooting out of a lot of car windows recently. Sometimes I’m going for a certain visual effect but usually I’m just experimenting, or lazy. Either way, shooting out the window is good entertainment on long drives. It reminds me of being a kid, driving around in the car with my Mom, my forehead on the cool window glass, forcing my eyes to unfocus and blur the passing scenery. Turns out it’s way easier to do with a camera. Photography shows us life as we could never see it, I love that. Here are some photos I took yesterday on the drive back from Mt. Evans.

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Categories: Photography

Stormy Weather

July 10, 2011 Leave a comment

Sidewalk shadows, photo by Caroline Treadway.

It’s been raining A LOT in Boulder, Colorado recently. Being an East Coast girl, I love it. It’s not the same critical mass of sticky humidity I grew up with back home. It’s hard and fast and  yields a heady evaporate of hot sand and sage. The storms are either 15 minute intervals that leave Boulder flooded and blinking, or longer, more epic dowsings. Either way, by the time the lightning hits Kansas, everything in Boulder is washed clean – the roads, the plants, even the sunshine seems crisper. Here’s a collection of photos from yesterday’s afternoon storm.

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Categories: Photography, Random Stuff

Here’s a little timelapse of Lincoln Lake — just for fun.

July 7, 2011 Leave a comment
Categories: Random Stuff

Viewfinder: Boone Speed

July 5, 2011 Leave a comment

Photo by Boone Speed.

Just posted a Viewfinder gallery and interview with Boone Speed, photographer, climber, designer, artist, dad, and all around inspiring guy. Check it out at! Please!

Categories: Climbing, Photography

Dead Point Magazine Cover!

June 3, 2011 1 comment

I’m super excited to land this month’s cover of Dead Point Magazine. The Hawaii trip had a few frustrating moments – with uncooperative weather and tough conditions, so it’s really rewarding to see our collective hard work published. Special thanks to Justin Ridgely for putting us up, driving us around and making the trip so rad! Check out the article here.

Categories: Climbing, Photography

Best Waterproof Jackets for Women

May 24, 2011 Leave a comment

NAU Succinct Trench.

A good waterproof jacket makes the difference between loving and hating the rain. And effective rain layers that actually look cool are hard to find. We’ve selected the top performance waterproof jackets in a variety of styles to will keep you warm and dry, wherever you decide to splash. Check out the rest of the post here!

–Caroline Treadway and Abbey Smith

Categories: Fashion, Photography, Reviews

Just posted our Spring Style Guide on

May 22, 2011 Leave a comment

Abbey Smith in the Kate Marmot long sleeved button-up, NAU jeans and El Naturalista shoes. Photo by Caroline Treadway.

Spring is all about new. New growth, a new season, and the best part, new clothes! Our spring style guide showcases the top spring gear for girls – from flirty dresses and sporty active wear to professional chic. We chose the best styles made from the highest quality fabrics by the top companies in the outdoor industry that are finally making cool clothes you ll actually want to wear somewhere besides the crag. Get your spring style fix here! by Abbey Smith & Caroline Treadway.

Categories: Fashion, Reviews