Yes rather. My wife looks a little concerned because I am using both hands to take the photo!
Merci beaucoup pour votre commentaire très amicale!
It's always the person in the safe position who is more scared of the exposure, of course. Edi looks very comfortable leaning, and you took a great shot -- "no hands".
Thank you very much for your kind comment. Edi is of course a professional!
Nice shot my friend...definately not a task the ordinary man could achieve.
Thank you! Yes, I think the photo shows the steepness quite well!
I have to point out that Karen actually looks quite relaxed (look at her hand) but for that, er, "wife look." I get that a lot...
You guys are lucky.
Thank you for the comment, glad to hear that you like the photo so much. I agree that Karen's hand shows that she is not afraid for herself, and the look that she doesn't quite approve of what I am doing. The "wife look" is probably genetically programmed in women;-)
It's a beautiful place and you are very lucky that can see these beayties with your wife ! Best wishes for both of you , Vahid .
Many thanks for your comment. Yes, I am happy to have enjoyed the mountains together with my wife for so many years.
All the best,
Thank you very much for the kind comment (the present photo is of my wife and our guide, you know :-))
OH! I did not know. I wondered why you looked so different in this one!
You two are an inspiration to all of us nature lovers.
Thank you. This climb actually took place four years ago, as described in our trip report, and we havent't done anything quite as adventurous since then. But we have been in the Dolomites every year, and have done some easier ferratas (without a guide).
Even though it's 4 years ago, you're still going strong!! Bravo!!
I got the "wife look" from an old friend when I was in Barcelona at an edge of an urban cliff.
Thank you for the comment. Yes, we do try to continue our mountain activities, but at our age four years is a long time, and I don't think we could repeat the Mèsola climb again
Thank you very much!