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Buttermilks Secret 2

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Another look at the unknown boulder/problem with the one-move wonder. It's a little more overhanging than it looks. This is me, mid-botch. Left hand on good rail, right hand on a bad edge, ok feet. Once my left foot pops from overextension, i'm off. It's such a finessey move, requiring a perfect bullseye snipe to the slot. The sit-start potential is also there but it's ridicuhard.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-09
Views: 1052 | Comments: 0
Unknown Bliss

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Unknown Bliss

Andy Patari on some unknown pebble off of Fish Slough Rd. near Bishop, CA
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-04-27
Views: 2370 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 7
Yucca, Rock, Moon

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Just a twilight shot in JTree.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-09-24
Views: 751 | Comments: 0
East Side Unknown

Average Rating = 4.50/5 East Side Unknown

Unknown boulder in the tablelands near Bishop, CA
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-01-09
Views: 920 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 3
East Side Unknown 2

Average Rating = 4.69/5 East Side Unknown 2

Another boulder that sees no traffic, the tablelands near Bishop, CA
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-01-11
Views: 1837 | Votes: 13 | Comments: 7
Eastern Sierra Contrast

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Shot from the moraine between Mt. Tom and Basin Mountain, west of Bishop.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-01-16
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Last Valley Light

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You know... Half Dome
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-01-16
Views: 564 | Comments: 0
Joshua Tree in Red Rocks

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Joshua Tree in Red Rocks

New Years Day... morning...
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-01-27 | Last Modified: 2007-01-28
Views: 827 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 3
Just a Little Sky Shot

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Just a Little Sky Shot

Sunset over Mt. Tom and the Wheeler Crest, Eastern Sierra, from Round Valley, CA.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-01-28
Views: 748 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 2
Cardinal Pinnacle

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Cardinal Pinnacle

Quite possibly the best granite in the Sierras; strewn with splitters and corners, just west of Bishop, CA.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-01-30
Views: 1099 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Clearing Clouds in the Sierra

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Clearing Clouds in the Sierra

Clouds clear in the Sierra revealing the peaks that were hidden during a storm the night before.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-02
Views: 566 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
East Side Unknown (Original, better version)

Average Rating = 4.67/5 East Side Unknown (Original, better version)

When I first posted this photo, I cropped out the shadow and some of the top because the image was too tall to submit. This time I just scaled it all down. Basically i should have done that originally, i'm an idiot. here's the original... i think the shadow makes the shot...
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-02
Views: 1170 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 4
Morning Panorama

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What i get to wake up to every morning... the Sierra's front line. Shot from West Bishop.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-04
Views: 800 | Comment: 1
Buttermilks Secret Gem

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The benefits of exploratory bouldering sometimes payoff, like today. I found this aesthetic classic wave-like boulder that looks like it's never been touched, could be wrong. This is me trying to stab deadpoint to a bad slot. Had to snap a self-timer shot. Didn't send, exciting project.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-09
Views: 594 | Comment: 1
Big Buttermilk Sky

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An incoming storm made for interesting lighting and clouds.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-09
Views: 552 | Comments: 0
Grandpa Peabody

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Grandpa Peabody

Unknown climber working Evilution.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-16
Views: 1305 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 3
Unknown Buttermilks

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Unknown Buttermilks

Just a blue-bird day.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-16
Views: 755 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Highball Project

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Highball Project

there are 4 horizontal sloping seams on a blank wall, about 4 feet apart from one another with no good holds between. insecure highsteps with a high crux, scary! damn photo doesn't do it justice.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-16
Views: 692 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Morning Gold

Average Rating = 3.91/5 Morning Gold

more 'milks
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-17
Views: 1982 | Votes: 11 | Comments: 15
In The Distance

Average Rating = 4.31/5 In The Distance

Unknown climber in the distance, with Mt. Humphreys in the distant distance.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-17
Views: 1642 | Votes: 13 | Comments: 4
Sunshine, Peabody's

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Sunshine, Peabody's

Topping out in the 'milks.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-17 | Last Modified: 2007-02-20
Views: 1214 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
I'm Liken the Lichen

Average Rating = 3.00/5 I'm Liken the Lichen

Shot from the road on my way back to town w/ 200mm zoom; Jon Molmstead on the beautiful overhanging southwest face of the Grandpa Peabody boulder. Evilution, v10.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-18 | Last Modified: 2007-02-20
Views: 1071 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 2
Scenic Funk

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Funky Tut on a warm Winter's day.
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-23
Views: 893 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Glamour Shots

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Andy Patari nabbing the first ascent of Glamour Shots, an absolute gem we found while exploring the middle of nowhere, 15 miles southeast of Mammoth Lakes, CA. The rock is volcanic, similar to the Happy's and Sad's. Still needs some cleaning...
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-23
Views: 625 | Comments: 0
Glamour Shots Sit-start

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This is me adding two moves to the start of the amazing new problem and boulder we found on the Sherwin Plateau at the top of the Sherwin Grade (where the floor of the Owens Valley rises from 4,000ft. to 7,000ft.)
Submitted by: nooyoozer on 2007-02-23 | Last Modified: 2008-01-10
Views: 683 | Comments: 0
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