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  • #ProofFrontierProject | Photography by Alex McDonell
    #ProofFrontierProject | Photography by Alex McDonell

    Inspired by adventure, life, future, and color. AlexMcDonell.comInstagram: @_alexmcdonell

  • #ProofFrontierProject | Cameron Gardner Photography
    #ProofFrontierProject | Cameron Gardner Photography

    Cameron Gardner is an outdoor adventure lifestyle photographer based in Southern California. His photographs document the natural world and those interacting within it.  http://www.camerongardner.com/ https://www.facebook.com/camerongardnerphotography http://camerongardnerphoto.tumblr.com/ https://twitter.com/crgphoto  

  • 2014 Gear of the Year | Proof Eyewear
    2014 Gear of the Year | Proof Eyewear

      We were humbled and honored to be chosen as a Gear of the Year award winner in Outside Magazine's Buyer's Guide for Summer 2014. Mike Steere chose The Ontario in Zebra Wood for the Sunglass Category, here's why: "I was taken right off with the design, which makes something classic -- a riff on the 1952 Ray-Ban Wayfarer – fresh and edgy. And there’s much more than novelty. The material and design just work. Of all the evaluated styles, which were great this year, Proof’s woodies got the most, best reactions. I had to keep stealing them back from my daughter and wife. But then...

  • #ProofFrontierProject | J Woodhouse Photography
    #ProofFrontierProject | J Woodhouse Photography

    My inspiration as a photographer comes typically from the natural elements that surround me: the mountains, lakes, rivers, people and their stories. My style is always evolving, but, typically, I'll stick with natural lighting and rustic tones to give my photos an authentic feel. In this shoot I wanted to capture Idaho's natural beauty and some of it's free-spirited inhabitants.  website: www.jwoodhousephotography.com instagram: @j_a_woodhouse 

  • All About Idaho
    All About Idaho

     As the 13th largest state in the U.S., Idaho produces 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones. Some of these stones can be found nowhere else in the world, which is why our great state is known as The Gem State. Population: 1,567,582 (2010 Census) Land Area: 83,557 square miles Capital City: Boise Date of Statehood: July 3rd, 1890 Highest Elevation: 12,662 ft. (Mt. Borah) Lowest Elevation: 738 ft. (Lewiston, ID) Water Area: 823 square miles River Miles: 3,100 miles (more than any other state) State Flag and Seal A silk flag, with a blue field, 5 feet 6 inches...

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