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Comments by nooyoozer (77)


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Wow, nice , maybe bring an extra red shirt with you next time for him (imagine that!), but teriffic shot!

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that skull is ridiculously perfect...

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that's just for people who can't accept the fact that there is more than one aspect of climbing and they think they have to choose one and stick with it. I've been to the Moab area a dozen times and after a week in the creek, I can't leave without hitting up some of the beautiful, aesthetic boulders scattered everywhere. Do it all!

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good ol' Grandma Peabody, she's a beast!

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Amen sista! i like it.

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4 out of 5 stars Wow, great shot. Any more info about the climb? Looks bad and beautiful, man.

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my bad... what are they called then, leaves?

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nikon d70s w/ sigma 18-55mm. 1/160 @ f8, slight color boost.

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4 out of 5 stars i like this photo because it trips me out big time. the more you look are it the more it's clear that mr. kemple was going for a surreal look in this photo. the whole photo looks like someone set up some tiny action figures and zoomed in with a shallow depth of field. it seems like the sky would be sharp at that distance, and with the foreground, i'm assuming this look was intentional. don't you haters think the sky would be in focus if he took the time to do the double exposure work? either way it confuses my eyes, it's cool... the tones are nice and the climber is crisp.

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4 out of 5 stars What a nice shot! Great composition, beautiful setting and background. You may want to see what happens when you crop out that little bit of stone in the lower right corner. just a thought...

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5 out of 5 stars ohh thin hands, amazing photo

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5 out of 5 stars wow, look at Epinepherine's giant corner system lurking high above in the haze. That's a huge wall. I'm giving it a 5 just because that view is great.

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then get up later

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nice lighting, such a beautiful stone. did he send? Is that a plane in the upper left? that speck? what is that?

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California, that is...

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East side, as in eastern sierra, in the Owens Valley. This specific boulder is located in the volcanic tablelands, near the well-known Happy and Sad boulders, north of Bishop.

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According to Peter Croft, it's around 500 feet. "The Prow", which skirts to the left of the 2 large upper roofs is 4 long pitches after scrambling a ways to the base of the climb.

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3 out of 5 stars wow, beautiful

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5 out of 5 stars daaamn... i'll quote some other unknown member: "Magazine Worthy". Perfect composition, angle, lens choice, model!, lighting, moment, etc...

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then enjoy it

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braaaaadley, that blur looks like campfire smoke...

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Yes!!! haha i love it!

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Oh man i miss the notch, nice glaze. is everything in and fat? i know it's been cold back there...

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do you have to downclimb or can you access the stairs?

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Great climb, offers an amazing sillhouette shot as well if you move to the right and look over the valley.

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so trippy

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Peabody boulders, Buttermilks, Bishop, CA, USA...

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you're damn right I did. I also added a lens flare. i appreciate the comments, but i don't shoot for the approval of others. i'm just experimenting and messin' around. the norm gets boring. sometimes you just gotta add some funk to the flava... a little spice in the rice is nice...

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Wow i love it, looks pumpy as hell...

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5 out of 5 stars Looks like he's about to enter the business of that pitch...

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how's that?

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nice!

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sick problem, nice timing

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me too

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4 out of 5 stars sick

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that's the real slope buddy; not every horizon is flat...

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i don't get it, is this some kind of demand? the trees in the background are straight, the close branches are some kind of sagebrush-type plant which grow erratically, and chalkbags on occasion swing... i know that's totally unrealistic...

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i'm on it

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Country Crock spread, that cam is bomb...

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4 out of 5 stars nice one

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4 out of 5 stars holy crap...

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daaamn, girl... wanna go climbing?

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4 out of 5 stars Excellent, looks unreal. How loud is the roar of that thing?

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5 out of 5 stars Pretty much perfect, thank you for such a gorgeous photo, should be #1, hands down. Beyond any on this site.

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they give it a v6, i believe it was Bachar's creation. Ridicuclassic!

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5 out of 5 stars Incredible! What a fantastic landscape...

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5 out of 5 stars that's a silly reason to give it 2 stars man...

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4 out of 5 stars weird, good stuff!

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5 out of 5 stars much better! there's just a lot more crappy photos that get 2 stars on this site, that's all I'm sayin...

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it's like v1, the topout is the business (if you can call v1 businessy)

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that right hand is a deep hueco/undercling, and his left foot is on a really positive edge. it's only like 2-3 moves to the lip.

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4 out of 5 stars wow, it's rare to get a great shot like this from the ground. well done.

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gotta love know-it-alls. they just seem to know it all! and hopefully we all know that they don't...

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4 out of 5 stars yes! i like it

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yeah i hear you deepplay, this is not an easily photographed route. the slope where I (the shooter) am standing on drops off steeply, so the farther back you get, the less impressive the angle. this was no photoshoot, just a quick shot for documentation, thanks for the tip though. oh and it faces northeast, give or take a bit.

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the rope and pro are a full arms-length back in the crack, in the darkness of the shadow.

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4 out of 5 stars superb! well done my friend!

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wow, haters...

nice shot!

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wow what a nice grove! this location has much potential my friend. my advice is to keep going back with a tripod, on "crazy cloud" days. any way to get up to a higher vantage point as to see more of the rock formation in the background?

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5 out of 5 stars yeah, that's a 5

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5 out of 5 stars ditto, ditto, and ditto... amazing clarity and DOF. Fanastic!

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is his foot on the ground??

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it's a scan

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5 out of 5 stars this should definitely be submitted to the "Women of Climbing" calendar, seriously

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5 out of 5 stars looks like the New

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3 out of 5 stars is that the upper ORG?

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5 out of 5 stars superb, really superb

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yeah, scanned an old one

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yeah, a couple draws can be seen, one just below her feet... great shot though!

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5 out of 5 stars i agree with daniw, you've upped the anty here at RC.com big time

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5 out of 5 stars compliments to you, Simon. beautiful work!

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5 out of 5 stars Simon was this in one of the mags a few years back?? or something similar, like a 2-page spread? it feels really familiar, love it!

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looks killer

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what the frig?

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see caption...

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4 out of 5 stars good shot. the 'biner over the hand bothers me, nice timing though, and great angle

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haha, bunch of fucking know-it-alls...