Renan Ozturk
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    ART + CULTURE + LANDSCAPE @thenorthface climber // @natgeo @sonyalpha photojournalist // @camp4collective commercial director

    landscape studies @expedition.studios #expeditionstudios #desertstorms
    landscape studies @expedition.studios #expeditionstudios #desertstorms
    After months of effort it all lined up! @taylorfreesolo’s video shot of @sketchyandylewis’s freesolo #moonwalk  #inthespiritofdean #art 

Produced by @expedition.studios 
Music by @lgnnelson 
Color by @edwardsdan 
Shot on @sonyalpha s7iii
With @sylvanslacks @thehomiehome @rudy.le @standtallest @tim_hardy_ @irving_matthew @baloointhewild @zuluinflight
    After months of effort it all lined up! @taylorfreesolo’s video shot of @sketchyandylewis’s freesolo #moonwalk #inthespiritofdean #art Produced by @expedition.studios Music by @lgnnelson Color by @edwardsdan Shot on @sonyalpha s7iii With @sylvanslacks @thehomiehome @rudy.le @standtallest @tim_hardy_ @irving_matthew @baloointhewild @zuluinflight
    A storm pulse violently painting the desert floor. 

From a few weeks back shooting with the @expedition.studios crew on ancient puebloan land. 

No drones were lost or harmed in the making of this hyper-lapse.

 @taylorfreesolo @eric_crosland @rudy.le @irving_matthew @shan_banan @krakencinema @overridefilms @skysight__motion__cinema @sherpascinema @standtallest @alexigidbashian @cynthiamartinezmeh @flying_franco @therickyjohnson @honda @rpa_advertising
    A storm pulse violently painting the desert floor. From a few weeks back shooting with the @expedition.studios crew on ancient puebloan land. No drones were lost or harmed in the making of this hyper-lapse. @taylorfreesolo @eric_crosland @rudy.le @irving_matthew @shan_banan @krakencinema @overridefilms @skysight__motion__cinema @sherpascinema @standtallest @alexigidbashian @cynthiamartinezmeh @flying_franco @therickyjohnson @honda @rpa_advertising
    Fall falling downstream #simplebackyardmeditation
    Fall falling downstream #simplebackyardmeditation
    “The mountain has changed...”

Wonderful words and Intentions meant to inspire action launching today from @thenorthface: 

“Something has to change. Let’s be the change we seek.  We are challenging ourselves, our athletes and everyone to do the same. What’s your Reset? Explore our pledge, link the TNF bio. Share your pledge to reset by tagging @thenorthface and use #NeverStopExploring”
 
 https://www.thenorthface.com/RESET 

#vote #vote #vote

📍: Video shot on Turtle Island the land of thousands of Tribal Nations
    “The mountain has changed...” Wonderful words and Intentions meant to inspire action launching today from @thenorthface: “Something has to change. Let’s be the change we seek. We are challenging ourselves, our athletes and everyone to do the same. What’s your Reset? Explore our pledge, link the TNF bio. Share your pledge to reset by tagging @thenorthface and use #NeverStopExploring” https://www.thenorthface.com/RESET #vote #vote #vote 📍: Video shot on Turtle Island the land of thousands of Tribal Nations
    Ice crystals dancing atop Chomolungma (Everest) high camp (8300m) as our Sherpa team scavenges for food and shelter among the abandoned tents frozen in place...

Music from @lgnnelson as part of the @sonyalpha ‘The Ghosts Above’ film that is still in the festival run right now. @jaymacaveli @taylorfreesolo @treefighter @mparns @curtismorgan @ridgelinesound @edwardsdan
    Ice crystals dancing atop Chomolungma (Everest) high camp (8300m) as our Sherpa team scavenges for food and shelter among the abandoned tents frozen in place... Music from @lgnnelson as part of the @sonyalpha ‘The Ghosts Above’ film that is still in the festival run right now. @jaymacaveli @taylorfreesolo @treefighter @mparns @curtismorgan @ridgelinesound @edwardsdan
    Meru archives for these @jimmychin birthday shots yesterday.  Seeing Jimmy put it on the line leading scary ‘trench warfare’ snow and ‘house of cards’ aid pitches all while nurturing the motivation it took keep shooting will always be an inspiration. HBD buddy!

@conrad_anker @thenorthface
    Meru archives for these @jimmychin birthday shots yesterday. Seeing Jimmy put it on the line leading scary ‘trench warfare’ snow and ‘house of cards’ aid pitches all while nurturing the motivation it took keep shooting will always be an inspiration. HBD buddy! @conrad_anker @thenorthface
    Sharing the desert tower experience with others is one of the greatest joys of climbing. Thx @klima.architecture @brodyleven for this round of memories seared deep. #bearsearsheals 

Ps -  @jamesqmartin @m_attredd, the cowskull is still on the summit along with an intrepid mouse who must have done the 100 pitch interior chimney system!
    Sharing the desert tower experience with others is one of the greatest joys of climbing. Thx @klima.architecture @brodyleven for this round of memories seared deep. #bearsearsheals Ps - @jamesqmartin @m_attredd, the cowskull is still on the summit along with an intrepid mouse who must have done the 100 pitch interior chimney system!
    “In the past, I have not said these things to foreigners...climbing mountains is also a form of greed” - Tengboche Rinpoche 

The Tengboche Rimpoche, the spiritual leader of the Sherpas people, passed away this weekend.  He was born in 1935 at the foot of #Chomolungma (#Everest) and was there to see the first foreigners arrive in the Khumbu region of Nepal.  What colossal change he witnessed in his lifetime!

@jetbutterflies @freddiewilkinson and I interviewed him in Kathmandu Feb 2015 and we put together this film (which we never  released publicly) with his comments on climbing and the loss of magic flying powers among other things.  He was very conflicted about the role of climbing and now it inextricably changed life for the Sherpa people. Thanks for watching and very curious your thoughts!

In collaboration with: @shotoversystems 
@matthewmorganmusic @sherpascinema @davemossop @eliasaikaly @jibanghimire, @thenorthface @gotham.film Anson Fogel, Tim Kemple, Charles Houston Family, Northeast Historic Film, Royal Geographic Society, Bibek Khadka, Francis Klatzel, @expedition.studios #indegenouspeoplesday
    “In the past, I have not said these things to foreigners...climbing mountains is also a form of greed” - Tengboche Rinpoche The Tengboche Rimpoche, the spiritual leader of the Sherpas people, passed away this weekend. He was born in 1935 at the foot of #Chomolungma (#Everest) and was there to see the first foreigners arrive in the Khumbu region of Nepal. What colossal change he witnessed in his lifetime! @jetbutterflies @freddiewilkinson and I interviewed him in Kathmandu Feb 2015 and we put together this film (which we never released publicly) with his comments on climbing and the loss of magic flying powers among other things. He was very conflicted about the role of climbing and now it inextricably changed life for the Sherpa people. Thanks for watching and very curious your thoughts! In collaboration with: @shotoversystems @matthewmorganmusic @sherpascinema @davemossop @eliasaikaly @jibanghimire, @thenorthface @gotham.film Anson Fogel, Tim Kemple, Charles Houston Family, Northeast Historic Film, Royal Geographic Society, Bibek Khadka, Francis Klatzel, @expedition.studios #indegenouspeoplesday
    Vapors commuting at the roof of the world #himalaya #amadablam #nepaliloveyou #createnomatterwhat @adorama
    Vapors commuting at the roof of the world #himalaya #amadablam #nepaliloveyou #createnomatterwhat @adorama
    I was in love with this rock formation at first sight. #coloradofallcolors #neverstopdroning @thenorthface
    I was in love with this rock formation at first sight. #coloradofallcolors #neverstopdroning @thenorthface
    Thank you to @trevornoah and @prideofgypsies for highlighting truths from @gatherfilm on @thedailyshow!

"The history of post-Contact Euro-centric farming in America is a history of violence started and perpetuated by predominantly white settlers. Now, by “white” we’re not talking phenotype or skin color because there are amazing human beings everywhere, we’re talking psychology. We share this with love. 

So, what is this settler mentality? It’s the suppression of the reality that all land in America is stolen inc. the land we farm. When European military and civilian settlers came to Turtle Island, they didn’t see wilderness ripe to tame - they saw money. That money was in the existing farm and land based economies of the indigenous.  That money was in the SOIL. 

By the mid 1600s when European militaries finally got a foothold on the East Coast, they began stripping that land of Indigenous Peoples and of SOIL value by monocropping tobacco, cotton and other cash crops. Of course, to maximize shareholder value (these were all commercial operations), they brought in slaves who would provide generations of nearly free labor.

The main economic act that sparked the Revolutionary War was the Royal Proclamation of 1763 which forbade American colonists from settling west of Appalachia. Now these colonists were farmers. And these farmers, in just 100 years, had destroyed the fertility of the SOIL and needed new lands.

After Independence, colonists poured into the Northwest Territories, now Indiana and Ohio, and stole active Native farms and lands.

This was part of the rationale for the 2nd Amendment, by the way. In addition to slave patrols throughout the colonies, farmers on the “frontier” needed munitions to keep Natives from trying to reclaim their land.

And so the connection between armaments and farming began - pushing Westward with violence - sometimes led by the military with economic intentions, and sometimes by “settlers” with desire for land. Any wonder why massive machines still roam the plains, plowing up Mother Earth and filling her with deadly pesticides? This is all violence - if not against human beings, then against other living beings”
    Thank you to @trevornoah and @prideofgypsies for highlighting truths from @gatherfilm on @thedailyshow! "The history of post-Contact Euro-centric farming in America is a history of violence started and perpetuated by predominantly white settlers. Now, by “white” we’re not talking phenotype or skin color because there are amazing human beings everywhere, we’re talking psychology. We share this with love. So, what is this settler mentality? It’s the suppression of the reality that all land in America is stolen inc. the land we farm. When European military and civilian settlers came to Turtle Island, they didn’t see wilderness ripe to tame - they saw money. That money was in the existing farm and land based economies of the indigenous. That money was in the SOIL. By the mid 1600s when European militaries finally got a foothold on the East Coast, they began stripping that land of Indigenous Peoples and of SOIL value by monocropping tobacco, cotton and other cash crops. Of course, to maximize shareholder value (these were all commercial operations), they brought in slaves who would provide generations of nearly free labor. The main economic act that sparked the Revolutionary War was the Royal Proclamation of 1763 which forbade American colonists from settling west of Appalachia. Now these colonists were farmers. And these farmers, in just 100 years, had destroyed the fertility of the SOIL and needed new lands. After Independence, colonists poured into the Northwest Territories, now Indiana and Ohio, and stole active Native farms and lands. This was part of the rationale for the 2nd Amendment, by the way. In addition to slave patrols throughout the colonies, farmers on the “frontier” needed munitions to keep Natives from trying to reclaim their land. And so the connection between armaments and farming began - pushing Westward with violence - sometimes led by the military with economic intentions, and sometimes by “settlers” with desire for land. Any wonder why massive machines still roam the plains, plowing up Mother Earth and filling her with deadly pesticides? This is all violence - if not against human beings, then against other living beings”
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