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Comments by norfolk (19)
Thank you guys!
The problem with the horizon is that I think itīs already straight. Itīs just the mountain landscape that makes it look weird.
I'm actually not 100% sure that it says V7 in the guide. But I that's what i think. For us at least it wasn't a giveaway. We were all just thrown off despite sooo many tries. Also seen a movie were a local guy does it in his gumboots. Impressive.
The photo is not a HDR. But I have made some adjustments in PS. Mainly with the levels and curves.
When I took this picture I was hanging in a rope that a rapped up on another anchor on a route right next to it. As tslater said it's more like a corner system than a crack. I also desaturated it a little in PS afterwards to get the effect.
Thank you guys!
Fun that you seem to like it.
Haha, one could almost think so. But it's actually a really popular classic here, can be one of the most climbed 8:s.
It's quite a nice place to go boulder.
You can check out our movie about the place to see a little bit more of the surrondings.
Thank you gordy
Thank you for the nice comments guys.
I guess it could work with that composition also. I personally prefer it like this, but thatÂīs mostly because I shoot most of my other sportclimbingphotos rotated.
Nice photo. How did you light it?
It's a really easy one. French 6a. But still, one of the most amazing ones in the gorge. The pitch before this one is 7c and that makes this one really exposed.
Yeah, I just had a discussion with a good friend of mine about that just a couple of days ago.
Looks kinda of weird standing there looking as well.
Thank you mangiari.
DonÂīt really understand the use of that word in that sentance myself.
Thank you guys. Happy that you seem to like it.
About the rope and belayer, she's actually soloing.
No, just kidding. Look behind the tree in the middle of the photo on the right side. There you see a blue rope and maybe some small details of the belayer.
Sorry, not quite sure I understand what you mean "Kstenson".
He did it on-sight. If he cleaned it or not I can't remember. But I guess he did. Can't see any point in leaving your draws behind once you climbed the route.
Oh, now I see. Sorry for that. I'm just a stupid Swede ;)
Yes! He did it without putting any weight on the rope. A clean, stylish OS in other words.
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