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Comments by cgranite (19)


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whats that rated? nice shot!

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thats the best shot I've seen on this sight

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I just went there and it was awsome, I was working hard on a route I thought up on the right side of the arch. It's a really special spot

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what part of the border?

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Poor Poor Kansas climbers. cool picture!

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I saw what you did to that poor squirrel...Savages!

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That is good rock. It's never broken on me. Nice shot.

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I hear about this run-out a lot...How long is it? Nice shot.

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The amount of Quickdraws makes me sick.

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Ya, that's about right. What kind of camera is that?

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The sky is bluer, The clouds are whiter! That's an emotion, which surfaces when a person escapes death. I bet he drank that night,...Not just for celebration. -Nice job

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3 out of 5 stars Nice photo! But where's the true white?

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4 out of 5 stars That's not bad for the lighting you had. You captured a moment well.

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I once listened to a story about a guy that fell doing the traverse and he was ok,...can you imagine that.

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Many funny times at that spot. One is when a guy from Canada did a superman front-flip over the railling and over rotated landing belly-flop.

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I'm lovin it!

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What type of holds make up that route? Pockets or edges?
-Nice shot!

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The problem is that the photo is under-exposed. It's probably because the TTL light meter in the camera took the reflecting light and gave a shorter shutter speed. Just like with snow...In Joshua Tree you must over expose A LOT! No more than 2 1/2 stops which is the rule of thumb for snow on a bright day. Nice shot though!