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Comments by itstoearly (49)


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Strangely artistic; I like it.

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David and Goliath. I like it :)

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Looks fun.

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Unless it was a V13 boulder to a 5.10c route

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3 out of 5 stars A bit blurry and washed out colors, but nice angle, nice stance, and a fun looking crack.

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2 out of 5 stars I think this pic had potential, but the colors seem washed out, and the person on the left outright ruins the pic.

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I like how the climber is not the focus of the picture, but rather just a "peculiarity" if you will, of the landscape.

And aerili: If people can be constructive in their criticism, I imagine many of the photographers here enjoy the feedback.

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5 out of 5 stars I really like how the colors seemed to be segregated (red on the bottom, yellow on the left, orange on the right). The border is a nice touch, too.

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5 out of 5 stars Well done picture.

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4 out of 5 stars Looks like you are over that rock and not the pad :p

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I think I am getting motion sickness looking at this... the rocks make the camera look angled about 40 degrees counter-clockwise. But the climber makes the camera look perfectly straight.

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He's not hanging, he's just that good :p

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Despite the poor focus and washed out colors, I did like the perspective.

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Bears can climb trees... can they climb rocks, too?

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Looking more closely, it looks like you climbed a *long* ways between your current anchor point and your previous one.

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that looks all kinds of frustrating

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5 out of 5 stars She must be getting close to the first clip :p
(Yes, I see the ones below, I was making a bad joke)

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If there were no anchors between the belay and the climber, than that would be a fall factor 2, right? That appears to be the case.

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I like how the scenery makes it look like there was a fisheye lens used, but upon closer inspection, it's just how the land is.

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The rock makes the climber seem to be part of the rock, which I like. The tree is nearly the same color in the picture as the rock, and I think it helps keep the sky from being a distraction. I also like how the climber is mid-move.

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Haha, it looks like the rock is eating his arm and he's screaming in pain :p

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Heh, from the thumbnail of this I thought that he was heads-up and the camera was shot at a weird angle. I now see that this man likes to be creative with his moves :)

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5 out of 5 stars Wow, not often you see a 14 anything pictured on here. The action on the rope makes this picture 5 stars for me.

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4 out of 5 stars Very nice

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5 out of 5 stars Thanks for the new desktop background :)

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5 out of 5 stars really gives me a jungle feeling.

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5 out of 5 stars cool shot. Are you guys octuplets? :p

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I would be interested in seeing you photograph easier climbs (5.9 and under) with the same quality of photograph that you bring us with these harder climbs.

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Why do I feel like I am playing Myst when I look at this?

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Climber looks like he is 4 inches tall.

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crazy

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I've never trad climbed, but I think if I did, I would be so sketched out that I would be placing my entire rack.

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Can't get past the crux? FIND MORE PEOPLE!

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Is that Mel Gibson?!

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If I recall, those are each about 4 inches across... just about perfect size for the average hand.

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That's a man's bouldering pad there in his right hand.

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5 out of 5 stars beautiful

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It's like an M.C. Escher picture. There seems to be multiple ways up.

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I feel like s/he should just stick his/her feet up there and take a nice hands free rest.

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5 out of 5 stars The location looks extremely depressing. However, I still have to give this picture 5 stars for its quality.

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Now that looks like a ballsy problem.

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Ooo, nice. Real climbing without the aid of specialized equipment, like shoes.

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Disappointing that the climb is not overhanging like the camera makes it out to be.

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Nice. No rope? That looks like a bit of a sketchy landing :p

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That doesn't look like an appetizing fall. Does the ground really slope back that deeply, or is it just how the picture was taken?

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Makes me wonder how the cameraman is getting this shot.

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5 out of 5 stars The technical quality of this photograph is pristine. Very sharp, even at the 1130x2000 resolution. The climbing isn't the most exciting, but I liked it enough to give it 5 stars. This picture is better than some of the front page pictures.

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That angle makes the problem seem a lot taller than it is. Fun problem though... I bet it would make a great campus workout, too (but I can barely make it up with my feet).

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I think the brown of the rock contrasted against the green of the background almost accentuate the climber.