Scott Fischer and the 10th of May 1996 on the summit of the Everest


If Scott Fischer became a great man, he didn’t become so because he was an excellent mountaineer, much less because he was the head of the business Mountain Madness, even less because he was an American and let’s not talk about being a good family man; Scott Fischer has become a great man because the society, despite all its pitfalls, has failed to make out of him a social robot. This is the portrait I made of this personage while I was reading “The Climb: Tragic Ambitions on Everest”, Anatoli Boukreev and G. Weston DeWalt, and this is also the most beautiful thing that could happen to a man.

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