Jason in Trees

Every tree is different, every tree is an adventure. “I’m scared of falling out, but that’s sort of the fun of it,” he says.

[Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, August 2012]

Together the photographer and the climber seek out the best trees. The result is a union of the practical and the aesthetic.

[The New Forest, Hampshire, July 2012]

I often watch with bated breath as he ascends higher, but there’s a level of trust that I, the observer, do not understand.

[Bradgate Park, Leicestershire, May 2012]

The hardest part is coming back down to earth.

[Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, August]

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Jason in Trees

Every tree is different, every tree is an adventure. “I’m scared of falling out, but that’s sort of the fun of it,” he says.

[Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, August 2012]

Together the photographer and the climber seek out the best trees. The result is a union of the practical and the aesthetic.

[The New Forest, Hampshire, July 2012]

I often watch with bated breath as he ascends higher, but there’s a level of trust that I, the observer, do not understand.

[Bradgate Park, Leicestershire, May 2012]

The hardest part is coming back down to earth.

[Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, August]

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