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Climbers in the picture would have helped with the sense of scale. But it looks like a pretty big face. And steep!
Cool!! I want to go!!
I love how you don't really have a sense of scale until you spot the climber and then WOW!
That morning the low-lying clouds were obscuring the entire city of Cape Town as well. Next time I am in South Africa I hope to do some climbing on Table Mountain!
The scene sort of looks static, but the ponytail and the chalk bag give away the motion. Awesome!
What are the GPS coordinates??? :p
I've been there on mornings like this. Very beautiful.
Fantastic shot!! You can see the second order rainbow with the colors reversed and the dark interference region between the two bows.
Awesome photo and such a transparent sky!! Which mountains are those in the background?
Uh... I've snapped off keys in locks before. This doesn't look comforting to me!
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So white! It almost looks like they're walking on clouds!
Ouch! That left hand has got to hurt!
I forgot to mention that he led it with only one contact lens in!!
Doug is great to climb with and learn from! I haven't done the full Charybdis route yet, but I'll have to put it on my list of DL climbs to definitely do.
Too bad your helmet was cropped in this photo.
I read an article by a photographer about taking pictures of climbers. He said that it is particularly difficult to get their faces in the shot because the best climbers look down a lot. Great shot by the way!
She climbed 5.10a her first time climbing??
The sky/rock edge has jpeg compression artifacts, that's all.
It would look better rotated.
Actually, the stickman is rappelling, not rock climbing. :)
Woah! I feel vertigo just looking at this picture. I'm not sure I could ever climb that high.
Yes, a South African 12 is about a 5.4
That's Brinton's Crack (on the East Bluff). You're about to do the exciting traverse!
Are you the guy on the inside or the outside?
Love the colors!
Glad to see Meg's back!
Now, you need to try to escape on lead.
That picture makes it look much taller than it looks in person.
Yep. That's Jolly Roger - a fun climb. And you're right that the crux is a little higher up.
this side of the rock is in shade and the clouds had moved in by this time, so i didn't have great lighting.
Nice view of Orion.
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