Friday, June 26, 2015

Monday, April 20, 2015

Red Rocks Alternative Crag

Hotline and The Prophet, just some b grade sport climbing porn. But someone will still get off on it because that's how the world is. 


Purp from dylanfllr on Vimeo.

Red Rocks Smooth Sounds from dylanfllr on Vimeo.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Spring 2015

Veronica and I are planning a wedding (kindof), had to move apartments, I've got an architecture project or two of my own, she's basically in charge of designing a whole apartment building herself, and we together or separately visited Atlanta, Bishop, Red Rocks, Reno, Page, and maybe somewhere else I can't remember. But I took some pictures and people were nice enough to take some of me. 













































































Friday, January 16, 2015

Revit Architectural

video

I spent 3 days this week in an intensive Revit training course in the  Columbia Tower (on the 50th floor). Revit is a sophisticated modeling and CAD production software that most companies in the US are using for building design, or will be soon. 

I feel that I am a much more educated and well rounded architect after this experience.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Friendsgiving 2014.11.28 Boone NC

Standard operating procedure with a skuh state of mind. 









Sometimes you return home hoping to shut down the things that were difficult in your past, feeling strong and ready. And then you still aren't.






Sit on the porch in the sun with a beer and pretend it's nice out as the snow swirls. Mom.


So Bryan blew up the the fucking pumpkin. 

Monday, November 3, 2014

Real Time Narcissim: Drip Wall Leavenworth




Ruthless 5.12d. 7:27 of your life you'll never get back.

and there's not even a soundtrack to make it go faster.






Drip Wall Leavenworth Washington from dylanfllr on Vimeo.
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Monday, September 15, 2014

Climber trails

Climbers want to exude the persona of being environmentally friendly, and good stewards of the areas they use. Frequently we do a good job, picking up other's trash or carpooling to the crag maybe. But one thing we continue to get wrong is the trails we make and use. Climbers take a perverse pleasure in "climbers trails" - which means just walking in a straight line to whatever objective there is. This creates long-lasting erosion problems and terrible trails full of debris. So next time, use the switchback, and save the hillside.



Woweee! Nice trail



Or just cut the corner on this garbage