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Comments by milesenoell (40)
you climb with your watch on?
Wow, I never knew grizzlies could jump that high.
In the small view of the pic it looks like your spotter is balancing on the dog.
The route had 13 or 14 bolts and I only had 6 draws but I wanted to climb it. Even doing it like that I had to climb up clipping, down climb, pull biners and draws from lower bolts and climb back up. This was my first outing where I didn't have other people to mooch gear from, and still didn't have enough of my own gear.
PBR: shit you can drink
(for better and for worse)
Great shot! The chalk marks give it a character that I like, sort of telling you of more than just the moment, and accentuating the arc of his movement. Very cool.
Is that a hemp field on the right?
You seriously bolted a bridge?
Wow. Just wow.
I'm no photographer, but I like the sense of tension in the feet.
It looks like a shoe ad, though.
great pic. Very trippy looking.
This pic could go next to a definition of "traverse".
Nice rubber boots! Not the silly fashion boots that are so big with girls now, but real stomp-through-a-swamp boots.
I read it as an alpine focus. The clouds, the light, but especially reaching those things at the summit, by this route.
If the pic were taken on a step stool so the signpost were smaller, more below the mountain and less in front of it, I'd like it more, but it is still a cool photo that has a very creative, spontaneous feel to it.
Is it "just" dislocated, or broken too?
It may be from spending my crazy adolescent years on a bike and not making it to rock until I was almost 30, but I so totally agree. Almost everyone I know has had a serious injury on a bike, and I'd be dead or severely brain injured if it wasn't for a good helmet (crashed so hard it actually broke the helmet into pieces). I'm glad I can't say the same kind of things about climbing.
Very bright and sharp. I'm with AB that it looks like if you slip your gonna crush a dove.
Great shot, but I can't help but agree with AB about the pad. It draws too much attention.
It's safer than bouldering/free-soloing it I suppose.
Does it go by a V grade or a 5. grade?
Based on the 5.8 rating I'll assume that this isn't really just a guy on all fours dragging a rope along the ground.
Excellent shot. It really captures the careful movement, and the rock reminds me of Japanese ceramics. I just wish it was a little sharper and without that little branch over his left foot.
Is that a tent at the bottom?
Really nice shot! The composition is fantastic with the range of textures and colors.
I want to go to Thailand!
damn, I was thinking it looked like a tricky start, but I just looked it up and somebody was saying it felt like a V5 to get off the ground. Sounds like a serious climb.
sweet looking climb
I really like the calm, controlled feel of the photo, which is all the more impressive at that grade. Great colors, too.
my eyes go straight to the pink thumb nail and then find the triangle of pink: thumb, shoe, chalk bag. It's a great shot, after I get past the pink triangle.
great composition. I could do without the contrails though.
This definitely gets style points for the hat and sunglasses.
A little phallic, but still a great shot.
Heelers kick ass. I sure miss mine.
Is Slack a red/blue heeler cross?
That looks like a great spot.
Great shot! With the arch of the wall leading to the happy climber it evokes a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow feel for me.
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