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Snow-Covered Rubble
Andy, Charles, and Jeff on one of the steeper sections of the Villa Ridge of Drift Peak. The angle is moderate, but the talus is quite unstable and the snow was unconsolidated: Hard work! If you watch closely, you can see Nelson hidden in front of Charles. Tenmile Range, Colorado, December 2006.

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NelsonI take exception to that statement

Nelson

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> If you watch closely, you can see Nelson hidden behind Charles.

You have captured possibly the only moment all day that I was in front of Charles. :-}
Posted Dec 4, 2006 5:07 pm

brentaRe: I take exception to that statement

brenta

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I've changed the caption, though, in two of the pictures I submitted today you are in front of Charles. And I'm also ahead of him in two out of four. But, that's only because he stopped to retie his boots. That's what distinguishes the great photographer: Capturing that elusive moment. :-)
Posted Dec 4, 2006 5:18 pm

NelsonRe: I take exception to that statement

Nelson

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Indeed, Cartier-Bresson would have no doubt waited until I was in front, realizing a rare decisive moment had arrived.
Posted Dec 4, 2006 5:22 pm

brentaRe: I take exception to that statement

brenta

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I must be a cheap replica of a Cartier, then: The ones you get on the internet.
Posted Dec 4, 2006 5:40 pm

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brentaSubmitted by brenta
on Dec 4, 2006 4:43 pm

Image ID: 248962
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Lat/Lon: 39.39940°N / 106.13800°E
Object Title: Snow-Covered Rubble

Image Type(s): Alpine Climbing