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Comments by saltspringer (11)


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5 out of 5 stars easily one of the strongest shots possible in climbing! Great!

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4 out of 5 stars absolutely

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just so you know, rrradam: Jody re-submitted it after he deleted it by mistake...glad you still like it!

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Ayer's (sp) rock is the biggest monolith (single piece of stone) in the World. The Chief in Squamish is up there too...BTW, nice pic!

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fill flash eliminates the nice rim lighting as well as the rock's shadow...au natural sometimes works just fine! BTW: re-scanned it full-frame to get the feet...just had to remove it from it's slide mount

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5 out of 5 stars used my favourite lens: Nikkor 20-25mm f 2.8 set to about 22mm with Provia film

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nope...just granite dust or sand

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5 out of 5 stars cloudbreak...it's OK for opinions on the photos, at least it creates a dialogue! I enjoy seeing what people think of the various shots I submit: positive or negative feedback can be just as enlightening. As for this shot, I'm happy with the huge feature as a focal point and the way that the Easter Island type face leads the eye to where the climbing is at! Please keep the comments coming!

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it's definitely not SNL...no jugs low down on this one just crimpy tips up the initial arete

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superb photo...by the way, Fuji now produces Velvia rated at 100 ISO and, if anything, it is coming out better than it's 50 ASA predecessor. It's been available in Canada for a few months so keep your eyes out for the new emulsion...

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4 out of 5 stars umm...no glued bolts on Maxwell: all drilled & all bomber!