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Comments by asellers98 (38)


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I would hardly call lens flare perfect lighting. but I like the resting position. Nice technique.

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Nice intensity. The climb looks like a fun challenge.

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I would crop the bottom just a tad. Great skillz with the camera, though. Impressive! That deserves to be on a cover of Sports Illustrated, shots like this would bring good attention to our sport.

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Sweet!

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Goes to show, even when a photo is not technically on, it can still shine. It really gives a nice feel for the climb.

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It's the Ice T pose.

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5 out of 5 stars Nice work, but I wouldn't want to see a fall in that position. It could get real ugly.

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Like it. It looks fun.

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Love that camming shot. Also looks like she is flying up the route like superwoman, hehe. Hotness.

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Did you have to leave any gear?

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I love it!

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that offwidth to the left of you looks sweet. Is that a route? email me if you know anything about it.

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That is a terrifyingly sweet crux. Impressive send.

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Beautiful. I imagine it is much harder than it looks. May have to take a drive for that problem.

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Rock on! Love it. That shot would have been perfect had you rolled the trashcan out of the way.

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Nice spotter you have there. Those sharp rocks could pose a terrible risk if you slippedand hit your head. I like the skill of the photographer, and the climb looks challenging.

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Now that is climbing with style. Colorful scarf!

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I like it too. Sexy. I would have preferred to have you step to the left a few steps and get the sky out of the photo completely, and use a reflector to brighten the face. Not sure if your typical flash could have reached the climber's face without adverse effects on the rock.

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Bad ass!

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Awesome catch! Love it.

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I have come to the conclusion that now adays, with a sue happy society, this sort of climbing irresponsibility really puts access issues to the forefront. Back in the day, when diving boards were allowed everywhere, this sort of behavior was seen as a man thing. But now that diving boards are being removed everywhere, chancing climbs like this really can effect more than just your life now... Please think about that. Great shot, and good send. Love it, just please keep others in mind.

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5 out of 5 stars I love how he makes this climb look so easy.

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LOVE IT~ especially with the previous comments. Made my day!

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The Green rope was setup for Sweat, and the purple was setup for more sweat.

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It is not Sweat, this is No Sweat, which is to the left of Sweat, and shares the same anchor.

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Hell yeah to the Evolv shoes!

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Beth has a good eye. Thanks for sharing.

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Stoneworks in Texas. The height it 120-40' range if I remember right...

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Why would you top rope this route? It is not that tall. I would top rope the rest of the taller wall. But that is clearly a bouldering height.

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I love this photo.

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Nice ascent young one, who is not so young now, haha.

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5 out of 5 stars Flawless photo. Nice Shot!

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When I saw the photo on the main page, I though we was using his hands flat like a sloper, not crimping. It was a good illusion. I was like wow! - Long day, haha.

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American Death Triangle under the roof.

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5 out of 5 stars Love the facial expression!

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Looks like a cool place to climb, but a bit of a choss pile from the looks of it.

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Did he downclimb or walk off?

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The ARC crack is visible in the background (corner).