markwestmanimages

Mark Westman Images

ICONIC LANDSCAPE AND CLIMBING PHOTOGRAPHY


Welcome to Mark Westman Images.

I've spent much of the past 25+ years climbing mountains and traveling to some very cool places around the world. I've captured many of these adventures and landscapes with my camera and I created this website to share them with you.

The website has two primary sections and can be easily navigated through use of the menu bars at the top of the page. Viewers who are primarily interested in landscape images and mountain photography, or who are looking for an edited collection of my favorite and best climbing photographs, should begin by navigating into the "Fine Art Images" section. Users interested in viewing a much more comprehensive selection of my climbing photography should begin by navigating into the "Climbing Photography Database", which contains all my selected images plus many more.

All of the images found on my website are available for purchase as prints and for digital licensing. For digital licensing, please contact me for further information and licensing rates.

When you click on any photo, look for the "BUY" button located in the lower right corner. This will take you to a menu which gives you all sorts of options for printing mediums. In particular, be sure to check out the various options for ready-to-hang wall art! These include canvas mounts, metal prints (my personal favorite) and paper prints which can be ordered mounted to gator board or 3/4" standout mounts-all ready to hang on the wall, straight out of the box! You can also order paper prints by themselves if you wish to do your own mounting and framing.

Please take the time to explore and browse the various galleries.

Thanks for visiting my site. I hope to see you in the mountains!

Mark Westman Talkeetna, Alaska


FEATURED IMAGES

FINE ART IMAGE GALLERIES

SLIDESHOW: EXPLORE MARK WESTMAN IMAGES

Cerro Torre and Aguja Desmochada at sunrise. The route "Circus Pets", of which we made the second ascent, is visible following a splitter crack system on Desmochada, reaching the summit left of center.

Cerro Torre and Aguja Desmochada at sunrise. The route "Circus Pets", of which we made the second ascent, is visible following a splitter crack system on Desmochada, reaching the summit left of center.

Paul Roderick flying his DeHavilland Otter in front of Mount Huntington. I took this photograph from 11,200 feet during an ascent of Denali's Isis Face. Paul is my brother in law and the owner of Talkeetna Air Taxi,  and was flying by to see how we were doing.<br />
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This photo was featured as a double page spread in the Table of Contents page in Alpinist Magazine, issue #29.

Paul Roderick flying his DeHavilland Otter in front of Mount Huntington. I took this photograph from 11,200 feet during an ascent of Denali's Isis Face. Paul is my brother in law and the owner of Talkeetna Air Taxi, and was flying by to see how we were doing.

This photo was featured as a double page spread in the Table of Contents page in Alpinist Magazine, issue #29.