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its big

Average Rating = 0.00/5 its big

one of the first pitches after the traverses to the nose. I think this may have been scanned backwards, but you get the idea.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-09-25
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rose light, january

Average Rating = 3.64/5 rose light, january

if you haven't ever seen yosemite in the winter- its terrible. ugly. horrible light. dont ever come in the winter. uh, and its crowded...
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-09-25
Views: 699 | Votes: 25 | Comments: 0
lost arrow highline

Average Rating = 3.00/5 lost arrow highline

yarrow fewless scurries back to the rim on this famous and terrifying line. I got gripped shooting this.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-09-25
Views: 747 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
just a badass ridge

Average Rating = 4.00/5 just a badass ridge

Matthes Crest- This is an amazing, beautiful, fun climb. If you're in Tuolumne, make sure to do it. South to north's the way to go.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-09-25
Views: 766 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
my gnarly feet

Average Rating = 0.00/5 my gnarly feet

The rest of me cleans up ok but my feet- well, they're hopeless. Chacos rule.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-09-25
Views: 1501 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Low on the maiden

Average Rating = 2.62/5 Low on the maiden

The Maiden- A highball 5.7 solo, monkeys can't resist this fun beautiful line which packs a little punch. Shorties beware- there's a reach at the top.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-08-30
Views: 1551 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 4
wangerbanger crux eats man

Average Rating = 3.50/5 wangerbanger crux eats man

This guy is about 5'2" so don't expect to be able to shove yourself in there like him until the very top. Is this a funny photo?
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-08-30
Views: 1557 | Votes: 16 | Comments: 11
foosball-related tendonitis

Average Rating = 2.80/5 foosball-related tendonitis

This winter at the Hueco Rock Ranch, many bouderers had to take extra rest days to recover from the wild and sometimes violent foosball tournaments which raged into the night.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-08-30
Views: 925 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
my christmas card 04

Average Rating = 3.63/5 my christmas card 04

yes, and this was on my lunch break from work. For y'all non-cali climbers, that's Yosemite Falls in the background.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-08-29
Views: 1545 | Votes: 39 | Comments: 22
occatillo sunset, hueco tanks

Average Rating = 2.88/5 occatillo sunset, hueco tanks

a sunset topout on "no one gets out alive" hueco tanks, TX. Don't linger for the sunset too long- the rangers'll lock you in!
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-08-29
Views: 576 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 0
steep and small holds for Herman in Hueco

Average Rating = 3.44/5 steep and small holds for Herman in Hueco

The colors and patterns in the red juggy rock at hueco makes for some beautifully photogenic problems.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2005-08-29
Views: 619 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 4
me on mammoth terraces, elcap

Average Rating = 2.92/5 me on mammoth terraces, elcap

A fun morning on mammoth terraces, This was after my first night spent on the big stone. The fixed lines at the time were creaky and caterpillar-like, I was joining some friends up there just to see the view and learn all about jugging.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2003-11-11
Views: 593 | Votes: 17 | Comments: 3
Jolly Roger, A5.

Average Rating = 4.07/5 Jolly Roger, A5.

Strangely calm for A5, Dan Oppenheim places a rivet hanger while summer controlled burns choke the valley below. Dan led this pitch so fast, I had to ask how he managed to move like that on such difficult rock. He replied- " Well, I just wanted to get the hell off every piece asap." nice.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2003-10-25
Views: 2399 | Votes: 14 | Comments: 8
Outer Limits, yosemite

Average Rating = 3.11/5 Outer Limits, yosemite

Ben Barney gazes up into the heaven that is the Cookie Cliff. Outer Limits is a 10c classic testpiece situated among a string of fine shorter crack climbs along highway 140. Small folk (like Ben and I) may find the climb to not quite be a handcrack after all.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2003-10-25
Views: 1728 | Votes: 9 | Comment: 1
Hangover Heights, 5.10d

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Hangover Heights, 5.10d

Justin Romanowitz finds dry rock on a rainy day at Chapel Wall. This sheltered area is shady and cooler than many other crags in the valley, making it good for motivated climbers who won't let rain get in their way. WARNING- Bring Deet.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2003-10-25
Views: 710 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 2
Leaning Tower, Yosemite c2f 5.7

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Leaning Tower, Yosemite c2f 5.7

The West face of the leaning tower is one of the most overhanging big walls in the world. Well bolted, it is often easier to lead than jumar. The start is already 400 feet up and very overhung, making it a bit spooky. Any unfortunate third (aka me) is looking at quite a lot of free-hanging crazyness. www.katiesheehanphoto.com
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2003-10-25
Views: 868 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1
rostrum highline at sunset, 2003

Average Rating = 2.92/5 rostrum highline at sunset, 2003

Late summer season, a number of lines of varying lengths were set up at the top of the rostrum. Kids camped out and worked on psyching themselves up for this terrifying, humbling version of a slackline.
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2003-10-21
Views: 777 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 0
Recovery at the base of Washington's Column

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Recovery at the base of Washington's Column

This was after my first (successful) wall on which I led, Skull Queen. We were only planning on a long day, but thanks to the dark and my beginner-paced leading it took a bit longer, so we ran out of water. Hence my red, red face!
Submitted by: sheehan_kat on 2003-10-21
Views: 616 | Votes: 10 | Comments: 4