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Comments by dlintz (92)


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This pic is gonna give me some bad dreams.

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Don't forget the checkered lyrca tights...yeah baby!

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Kudos to your courage (to post this pic). That shirt screams "Kajagoogoo".

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Despite cutting off part of the pad I like the composition and the angle. This pic could use some darkening and contrast.

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Looks like some sharp texture. Gotta get down there to E-Rock sometime.

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Nice shot. I'd hate to miss that first clip.

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Clouds for balance?!!!! Cheater!! jk

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It's a 5.9 trad or TR, no bolts. The rope is in the wrong position to be on toprope. Run it out!!!

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It looks like it has recessed lighting under the first overhang. Nice.

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Beautiful shot. Must have been an early start.

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Looks like "Z". Awkward and fun route.

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Or maybe ithe rope is running slightly up to a bolt on the climber's left. There does appear to be chalk/tic marks to her left.

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3 out of 5 stars He's actually from Nebraska. Jameson, where've you been hiding that badass pad? LOL!!

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Ha! When he crashes he really crashes.

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The douge forgot to velcro his right shoe.

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Grrrrrrrr!!! Nice pic.

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Looks fun. Does it start from an undercling?

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It fingertips at the bottom, rattly fingers at the top and painful as hell. I've aid-soloed it but a free first ascent still awaits.

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I did both of those routes on my first trip to J-Tree a few months ago, fun stuff. Too bad they're not taller. Nice composure.

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Stout lines indeed!!!

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There's more than one cow in that pic. How many can you find?

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sic? Did you mean sick? His left hand is cropped.

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Where's his beer?

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Cold crimps, that's gotta sting a little.

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Do you mean little holds except for that massive one you're resting on?

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I love how anal some people are about grammar errors and spelling mistakes.....going on long tirades about what people write blah blah blah. Cool picture.

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Louie who? Just curious.

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I like this pic. His left hand looks pretty solid as if this might be more of a deadpoint rather than a dyno. Is it an "all points off" throw?

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You should tag the photo to a location. Looks like fun.

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Are you punching yourself?!!! WTF?!!!

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Plenty of colors to choose from but only one size......painful.

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I remember those crimps......so small.

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Damn, that big flake in the center looks......um, flakey!

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Holy exploding pebble choss!!!! I'd be nervous about bolting that. Is it solid?

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Looks sweet. Is the pic cropped? It'd be nice to see his whole left foot.

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4 out of 5 stars an excellent butt shot. beautiful looking rock.

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I gave you 5 stars to counteract overlord's obligatory 2 star rating. ;)

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I can't be 100% certain by your pics but that boulder looks like one that my friends and I enjoyed several years ago. Here's a pic from a different angle. http://www.rockclimbing.com/photos/Misc/Blue_Mounds_bouldering_53782.html If I recall correctly we did 3 straight up problems, butt scraping traverses in both directions under the slabby part before going up, and several eliminates up the slab face including one-handed variations (scary!!). That was in 2005.....good times.

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Is this boulder real close to the Quarry? Is it the same boulder as this pic shows? http://www.rockclimbing.com/photos/Misc/Jake_starting_the_right_side_53784.html Some fun problems on that one, too bad there's not more like it at Blue Mounds.

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You must've topped out before the photographer could take the picture. ;) Coud you link a location to your pic?

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4 out of 5 stars Nice!!

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The pic was taken from a spot down and a little left of the start. The route is dead vertical.

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We missed you there, it was a good weekend. I wish the pic would've been a little brighter but thanks for the compliment

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1 out of 5 stars I thought it was a Moosejaw ad.

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1 out of 5 stars Why is this still on the front page?

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You should've posted a video of that.

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Ouch Tyler. I didn't know someone had gotten pics of the fall.

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Reminds me of Turning Point on Flagstaff.

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1 out of 5 stars No no no!

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Ouch. So how exactly did you end with the gash?

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4 out of 5 stars Looks fun and hard.

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What can I say that hasn't already been said? I'm swooning in a confusing state of turgidity.

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Looks fun. Does the slab go?

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I have a couple of mrpotter's titties....they're fun!

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Nice, I like the effect.

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With photography skills like hers I wouldn't have felt safe either.

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zwilia1, it's a fun climb but the route isn't really that steep. Here's another pic.
http://imglarge.mountainproject.com/105952857_6b4871.jpg

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Now that's classy with a capital K

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Pulley Mammoth 5.11d, The Gym section of Shelf Road, Colorado. I tried to link it to the database but obviously it didn't work.

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Nothing a little duct tape won't fix.

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Thanks Tyler. You should give it a go next time you're out at Shelf. There's a lot of nice tall routes in this area.

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4 out of 5 stars Sweet looking problem! Maybe it's my work monitor but the pic looks a little dark.

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Curt,
I completely agree although the rock on this route and some of the others on Kindergarten Rock's east side are surprisingly solid...I think Josh only broke off 4 or 5 pieces on this climb.

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Just kidding, he didn't pull anything off. This climb (and area) has pretty solid rock compared to a lot of other areas in Garden of the Gods....or Garden of the Choss as I like to call it.

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That is "No Go Crack" (5.12b), toproped most of the time but is actually leadable (tricky gear in the flare). It's the hardest established route at Blue Mounds. About 6 feet left of that line is a fun 10ish route called "Avoiding the Bat".

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Tyler, are you stalking the Douge?

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5 out of 5 stars No kidding Curt! I heard that Bob's parents invented diapers with built-in suspenders.

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It has a "vintage" look to it that I like, too bad it's out of focus.

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5.10ish, Charlie Fowler didn't bother with a,b,c,d designations most of the time. Perfect hands for my friend, tight hands for me.

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Good point. Red and gold camalots and one green. My crack technique sucks, the thinner, lower half of this climb dominated me.

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The original was overexposed by probably 3 or 4 stops (my mistake). I shoot 99% in RAW but even after tinkering with the original I couldn't produce a good color version.

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zeth01,
I agree, I thought the vertical and upper section were more difficult. I flailed a bit on this, my friend in the pic made it look much easier.

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1 out of 5 stars Explain to me what's great about this pic?

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The shade/discoloring of the right arm is distracting.

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5 out of 5 stars Nice job Wes! FP=Front Page.

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My hero!

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That shallow scoop on the right side looks hard (and fun). Is it an established problem? Grade?

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Wilderness Park in southeast Lincoln, Nebraska. 22 feet tall, thin fingers to start, rattly fingers (crux) at the top. Here's another perspective.
http://www.mountainproject.com/v/doug_lintz/106590416

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The system works yet again!

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5 out of 5 stars So the rumors are troo!

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5 out of 5 stars Kwality with a kapital "K"

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Very cool. Keep the fire burining!

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No HDR, just cooked a bit (maybe too much) with Lightroom 3.

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My wife is a college professor so I got it with the "educational discount." It's my first version (no upgrade) of Lightroom and since installing it I haven't touched my Canon DPP, GIMP or PSE6. Unless you're doing major tweaking with layers I don't think you need any other post-processing software. It's that good.

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5 out of 5 stars Very nice!

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I like it!!

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Thanks Ed. My original photo doesn't have the foot cropped. I posted this version by accident. I might delete this one and resubmit.

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5 out of 5 stars Sweet!

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Thanks. It was a lot of fun watching him on his onsight attempt. I currently use a Canon 1Ds II.

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No HDR, just post-processing in Lightroom 3. Artificial ND filters plus a few other tweaks.

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17-40L at 17mm, f/7.1, 1/640 sec., ISO 400 for some silly reason.

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Glory jugs above the roof. Copy/paste the link below to see a pic of his first attempt to clip.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/24299394@N06/5612094978/sizes/l/in/photostream/