Best Climbing Experience
The good days, the bad days, the dry rock, the slippy rock, the gear that holds, the gear that comes out below you and rattles away down the rope, the midges, the sunsets, the scabbed knuckles, the one little vein in my forearm that almost puts in an appearance when I've been clinging grimly on for too long, the sun-baked tiredness, the sheer dancing, flowing, sweaty splendour of it all.
Interests Outside Climbing
You know... fell running, mountain biking, kayaking, sailing, hill-walking, bird watching, outdoors all windy-haired and salt-licked with dirt beneath my fingernails picking bilberries and watching the fiery sun drop over the edge of the earth... that sort of thing
About My Photography
My photography is approximately 95% love, 4% luck and 1% ability. I'm always trying new things, and therefore have no discernable photographic style whatsoever. Feel free to browse my stuff on flickr and drop me a line if you fancy a print of anything.
Click to list photo comments written by me. (30 comments)
I've voted for 151 photos, average vote 4.3.
(56% superb - 24% good - 13% average - 4% poor - 0% rubbish)
Anything Else We Should Know
Whatever I've said that's made you click on my profile, I was almost certainly kidding
User Profileregistered 06/Sep/06
Been Climbing For
11 to 20 years
In the UK
Not the hardest route I've ever done but for zen-like confidence and perfect calm I really enjoyed Green Gut.
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