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Comments by itstoearly (49)
Strangely artistic; I like it.
David and Goliath. I like it :)
Unless it was a V13 boulder to a 5.10c route
A bit blurry and washed out colors, but nice angle, nice stance, and a fun looking crack.
I think this pic had potential, but the colors seem washed out, and the person on the left outright ruins the pic.
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.
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.
Well done picture.
Looks like you are over that rock and not the pad :p
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.
He's not hanging, he's just that good :p
Despite the poor focus and washed out colors, I did like the perspective.
Bears can climb trees... can they climb rocks, too?
Looking more closely, it looks like you climbed a *long* ways between your current anchor point and your previous one.
that looks all kinds of frustrating
She must be getting close to the first clip :p
(Yes, I see the ones below, I was making a bad joke)
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.
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.
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.
Haha, it looks like the rock is eating his arm and he's screaming in pain :p
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 :)
Wow, not often you see a 14 anything pictured on here. The action on the rope makes this picture 5 stars for me.
Thanks for the new desktop background :)
really gives me a jungle feeling.
cool shot. Are you guys octuplets? :p
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.
Why do I feel like I am playing Myst when I look at this?
Climber looks like he is 4 inches tall.
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.
Can't get past the crux? FIND MORE PEOPLE!
Is that Mel Gibson?!
If I recall, those are each about 4 inches across... just about perfect size for the average hand.
That's a man's bouldering pad there in his right hand.
It's like an M.C. Escher picture. There seems to be multiple ways up.
I feel like s/he should just stick his/her feet up there and take a nice hands free rest.
The location looks extremely depressing. However, I still have to give this picture 5 stars for its quality.
Now that looks like a ballsy problem.
Ooo, nice. Real climbing without the aid of specialized equipment, like shoes.
Disappointing that the climb is not overhanging like the camera makes it out to be.
Nice. No rope? That looks like a bit of a sketchy landing :p
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?
Makes me wonder how the cameraman is getting this shot.
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.
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).
I think the brown of the rock contrasted against the green of the background almost accentuate the climber.
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