Incredible angle on an amazing climb!
thank you very much!
I know - was thinking about it while hanging comfortably from my aiders & with a 11mm rope on me :)
made potdthidaioyxd?.....a dream come true! Sweet photos Radek, all of them. Stacy and I were in Zion last night, great temps, beautiful sunset...high in St. George Sun will be 101! hmmmm...O' Canada...
Thank you Dow - I'm honored that it made it :) ! Desert getting toasty eh -- glad you guys enjoyed your bivy in Zion (full moon we had was nice but then I started bitching about it being too bright to sleep...so fickle I am, never satsified :)
I can tell Shirley makes up for it....
Great shot! The angle is fantastic!
thank you very much Travis.
happened to a better photo or a better climber. I'm talking about "Photo of The Week" Radek. Love all your incredible photos of Moonlight.
p.s. I just read the account of the crazy free solo of the route in 83 minutes. I wonder what this guy is made of!!! And he calls the whole route "Made of lockers."
thanks for your kind words Marc!
thanks Fred - appreciate the kind word!
The image appears to be upside down, as posted. Am I going crazy?
I dunno - maybe you're right. As I figured, something looking straight down would not have a preferred orientation (I could be wrong tho). Thanks for visiting.
thanks Lolli...it's deep this one is :)
Nice pic and good job on the climb. If it makes you feel any better, it snowed a foot here on the weekend, and it's still too cold to rock climb. Just something to think about if you feel like complaining about the heat. By the way, I love the angle of the photo - it better conveys the steepness of the climb.
Hi Aaron - thank you very much for the kind word. I'm not complaining about warmth...the 3+ days of rain in Yosemite was a pain in the ass though :) ...oh well, the PNW weather likes to come with us on many trips. Cheers!