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Comments by dharmatreez (14)


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4 out of 5 stars i was there, and wish rusty could have got a pic from the other side of his bike, he actually had a rifle (or shotgun), in a scabbard running the length of his bike under his left leg, SCARY

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4 out of 5 stars super clean! my only thing, and its a small one, would be to crop the left edge in to remove the "light" triangle

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great rock, love the weathering effects

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wow, that's like putting a large glass cookie jar in front of a kid and telling him not to take any

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4 out of 5 stars nice shot... i like the body positioning and the relaxed concentration on the climbers face looking out from the overhang to the light source. only very small beef would be the two twigs that made diagonal lines in the bottom right corner. they pull your eyes slightly away from the "concentration" line of the climber. a deeper "abyss" behind the climber would be nice

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5 out of 5 stars NICE! Like the shadow over such a "fluid" moving rock

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5 out of 5 stars excellent color palette

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thanks! unfortunately no pics yet, just started cleaning up the climbs in that area, plus the BIG pine tree keeps it shady, pics might be bad, we'll see

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thanks for all the positive commets everyone

lodi - thanks for the beta for #21 and your not the first to downgrade LR. the old 1985 PMA guide has it as a 12, but the current opinion seems to be an upper 11. the final edit i plan on doing on these when I ink them, I will make the change. again, thanks for the help

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4 out of 5 stars amazing rock and a great looking route.

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5 out of 5 stars sweet shot! yummy and hot desert rock. YES!!

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It's always nice to find a shade tree for a hanging belay!

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hi Andy... it's just to the right of the main wall. routes are shorter, around 40 feet. routes #3 and 4 are really stiff and sequencey with alot of 2 and 3 finger pockets. routes #1 and 2 are good warm-ups. i use it quickly get away from a crowd if i find one at the overlook and main wall when i get there.

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...stay thirsty my friend.