Story and photos by Chris Korbulic Sitting in the Steaming Bean, a small, locals’ cafe in Telluride, CO, is kind of surreal right now. It’s May 23, snowing outside, and my photos are hanging on the walls
First Ascent kayaker Chris Korbulic talks with Mountainfilm about his photo gallery in tribute to the late Hendri Coetzee.
By Chris Korbulic Alone—as I slid down the loose canyon wall, kayak on my shoulder, 60 meters of climbing rope in my hand—I felt like I might be doing something I should not.
Story and photos by Chris Korbulic We were sitting around a glowing fire that heated our dinner and lit the amphitheater of jungle around us as we leaned back on boulders or pieces of fallen trees.
Story by Ben Stookesberry; photos by Chris Korbulic Twenty-six days into the filming of the Brazilian reality TV series, I am standing at the brink of a 40-meter monster. My stance is as wide and as stable as possible, to compensate for the red Jasper at edge of the drop
Story and photos by Chris Korbulic You win some. You lose some. Such is life, such is the story of adventure, and of filming a kayaking television series. Sometimes it’s difficult to see the difference between a win and a loss
The First Ascent kayak team heads to Kaietuer Falls, Guyana, as part of a Brazilian TV series film shoot.