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Comments by styndall (58)
Dude! The scoop!
That problem rules. Sorry I missed you guys at T-Wall.
His dreads rock out. I'm sticking to that, fo sho.
Rocktown is in northwest Georgia. It's sandstone that will spank you and leave you wanting more.
That problem disturbs me. There's a spine-snapping death stump directly behind the crux. ech
Gads! Where does that thing top out?
This thing is hella hard, too. Spanked me like nothing else I tried at t-wall. And the start has to be like v3.
I really like the looks of that line to his right.
Seriously ripped left arm. That dude could tear me in half.
I try, but I can't make myself like climbing there. alas alas alas
Your boulder looks like a campus board.
I don't climb ice, but I figure it'd probably be better to watch your feet so you don't cut your rope.
How far do you have to go before you get any gear? It looks pretty spicy.
That edge looks money.
That crash pad is awesome.
Watch out for that ghost, dude!
That's a truly rad photo.
Is that route named "Merlin's Asshole" or is my Spanish just really bad?
That rock is gorgeous.
The angle makes it look overhung. His dreads suggest not, though.
That looks really fun.
The holes on the back panel look like stars. Awesome photo.
That looks like a fun climb. Where is it?
That looks really fun.
You've got a pretty bit of slack there.
Sungam: You can't tell it's Greece from the names?
What kind of camera/film/processing did you use? It's gorgeous.
The colors are great.
Trim the dude from the bottom and you'll have a winner.
That's a solid entry to the grade. Next step: Man with the Slow Hand?
This is a great photo. Is he soloing, or can I just not see the rope?
I think it's very pretty, in spite of the fact that the camera angle makes a massively juggy-slab climb look like a massively-juggy slightly-less-slabby climb. Alternatively, this shot could be taken during the beginning moment of some incredible geological upset, and the water is seconds from spilling down the hill.
I don't think the tilt is for the purposes of exaggeration. The climb doesn't look particularly hard either way. It'd be hard to rotate and crop the photo so that the horizon lines up properly without clipping out a lot of the top and bottom of the photo.
My tendons ache just looking at it.
Which one are you talking about, the finger to the right, or the hand to the left?
I love that problem. It used to be called V5, then I gues V4, now V3. At this rate, it'll be 5.8 by 2015.
"wow. that is impressive. that scene in Vertical Limit with the ice tool crevasse jump has NOTHING on See Eye! " But does this top the cam-first dyno in that movie?
Do you call it 'setting' if you're bolting a natural line?
Is this image HDR?
That looks super-chill. Those kinds of cracks are so much fun.
That looks super cool. Does the photo make it look less steep than it is?
Where is the second rope coming from? It seems pretty high to have been blown up there.
What HDR software did you use for this? Tripod or handheld?
There are no yellow x's in this picture.
Which way is up?
What sort of flash setup were you using to get such distance?
That's impressive. Is there a bolt behind the climber, or is this run out?
Great shot. HDR?
That crack is really fun. The slab just left is cool, too.
Definitely not too much. Everything seems to be exposed perfectly. How do you like Lightroom 3? I haven't coughed up the cash for the upgrade yet.
Is there any reason this photo is tiny?
That doesn't look like the best candidate for top-roping.
Is the perspective funny, or is that dog like five feet tall?
It looks like you pushed the 'fill light' slider too far to the right. Pull the background a bit and you'll have stronger focus on the climber.
That's a ridiculous angle for top-roping.
This is cool. Bolted, or gear?
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