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Comments by hugepedro (6)


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5 out of 5 stars I love it! You've taken what would otherwise be just another climbing photo and made it an expression of your experience of the scene. Now that's what art is all about! (My girlfriend is a non-conventional photog/artist, so I've learned to appreciate this sort of work.) Forget the comments about the blur. The blur is what makes the piece work. Very nice.

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Well, technically, surface hoar and depth hoar are formed differently. Surface hoar buried is just a weak layer, not depth hoar, but I'm being picky. No worries there though, that stuff is in the process of melting, there will be no buildup of layers on top of it.

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"I find my girlfriend more enjoyable to look at!" Yeah, so do we. :)

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climbingnurse, it probably does. The cool thing about White Rock is that there's an endless supply of basalt columns, and just about every one has a trad climb in the dihedral, and a sport climb on the face. And there are a few areas where bolting is not allowed. I think it's a very nice area where trad and sport coexist wonderfully.

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Sweet! Overzealous, I too saw so many who had no business being there, such as rope teams taking rest breaks below leaning seracs in the afternoon (warming) sun. Unbelievable, and I'm amazed that more people aren't killed there.

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Credit to my buddy Alan, Oklahoma stonemaster extraordinaire, who, without even being asked, jumped on the route ahead of us with his camara and documented what for 2 of the 4 people I took up was their first day ever on the rock, giving them great memories of an experience of their lifetime. What a sweetheart!