Dan Lubbers Photography

Climbers sleep in their tents during a foggy night at Miguel's Pizza. A skateboarder scopes out a spot in Butchertown. Mixed Martial Arts fighter, Eric Gifford faces off his opponent. The silhouette of a woman gazes over the Pacific Ocean beneath a tree. A cyclist warms up on a stationary cycling stand before a race. Pro-climber, Jason Kehl warms up the digits in 25 degree weather before hoping back on the rock. A man rests with his snowboard atop the mountain. Burgers cooking on a grill during sunset. Shadow Ayala tries to rodeo clip his rope into the quickdraw without using a stickclip. Jamie Lang | Lang Art Glass | Working on a smoking pipe. Stephen Woodward takes a day off from rock climbing to enjoy the gorgeous area of Natural Bridge State Park. A cyclist plans his route for an Alley Cat Race. A climber gets their figure eight knot stuck and another person helps to undo the knot. A goat eats grass in a field behind Miguel's Pizza. Concert goers legs and shadows. A crowd of cyclists prepare for an alley cat race. A fan smokes a cigarette near a porta-potty at a music festival. Artist Justin Vining paints in his studio. Dario Ventura bolts a new route on a rock wall A woman plays a guitar. A fighter gets his hands wrapped before his match.

About

Dan Lubbers

Dan Lubbers is a Photographer/Retoucher based in Louisville, Kentucky. A love of the outdoors has led Lubbers to places around the world like performing service work in Guatemala and roaming the pyramids of Ancient Egypt. Lubbers got his start with Extreme Sports Photography when he was the sole photographer on the La Sportiva Solutions Climbing Tour in 2007 and began shooting for Extreme Sports Editorials and various outdoor companies. He is a freelancer for Amazon's Largest Photo Studio. He is also a contributor to Aurora Photos and Tandem Stills+Motion. Lubbers has really delved into a passion for Environmental & Fine Art Portraiture. A love of good coffee usually leads one to find him at local coffee shops working diligently on his work when traveling.

"Life is too short not to create something with every breath we draw.” ~ Maynard James Keenan Aurora Photos Tandem Stills & Motion

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