Thanks Bill for placing the link. How did you find it?
I want to be back on the edge, and now down here in ABQ working...
Jason's picture of you Rocking the Knifes Edge
is hard to find and is underviewed because it is not linked or attached to anything. You should get him to attach it to your Colorado fourteeners album and you should put it and your other knife edge pics in a "knife edge album" and attach it to the Capitol Peak page.
Don't work too hard.
Have fun and take care.
Thanks for posting the link... Jason does not use this side very much, and I took so many photos of that knife edge that day (I think more than 50), but did not post them.
Do not work hard? I just got called back to the hospital to admit a kid with pneumonia...damn kids, why do they get sick?
Thanks for sharing!!!
It is not so bad...most people cross this section while sitting on the top, and have each leg dropped on one side of the ridge... you cannot really fall that way, but it does make certain parts of your body very sore...
Terrific view of this mountain feature.
Thanks, I spent so much time last year in the Elks...it was a beautiful morning.
Very good ridge shot. I've made some serious progress on my fear of heights, but this one looks pretty scary!
it is not so bad... just don't look down, keep looking only a couple of feet ahead - that works...
I want to do this route.
You can! and you can solo it, but it is better to bring someone with you, so they can take a photo of you...:)
Im new here but just starting to discover the amazing photos people have posted. The pose adds as sense of confusion to the picture, which makes it like an Escher print. I love it!
It is just a traverse to get to the summit via the easiest route.