2016 Winter Dew Tour

I usually deal with one frame at a time.  However, from time to time, I do operate a video camera like I did last week at the Winter Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colorado.  It's challenging and pretty fun for so many reasons, but this past event was particularly challenging.  Now that I live in LA, anything under 40 is FREEZING to me and Breckenridge was under 30 and snowing non-stop for days.  We all operated for three straight days in this weather with gusts of wind 30mph and above.  

It was exhausting, but rewarding by the end of it.  When the elements are against you, you need to rely on your crew and this crew was the best in the biz.  I'd go to battle with this team anytime, anywhere in any conditions.  

Here's what it looked like...

View from the top of the Jibs course.  Camera 1.  My post for two days.

View from the top of the Jibs course.  Camera 1.  My post for two days.

What I looked like for three straight days.  Operating in goggles is tricky to say the least.

What I looked like for three straight days.  Operating in goggles is tricky to say the least.

View from my post.

View from my post.

Snow on our balcony at home.

Snow on our balcony at home.