Pursued by a bear

Hello, I'm Tony. I spent 2012 being optimistic; well mostly. Amongst other things, it resulted in my getting married. In 2013, I aimed to be cheerful and was retired from work on medical grounds. In 2014, I am aiming to discover new things. Moving house from Warrington to Somerset has meant that I've found lots of things, not all of them new, mostly in boxes where they'd been packed.

Three years, three targets set for myself, and look at what's happened: good, eh?

Email Pursued by a bear

Location
Midsomer Norton

Best Climbing Experience
Oh, so many...seems a bit unfair to choose just one. My worst was getting to the top of my first hill in the Alps only to find later that the camera had no film in.

Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Why digital cameras are so much better than ordinary cameras for the forgetful climber heading to the Alps. Pies. Beer. What kind of noise a llama makes. The difficulty of getting a decent lightweight tent if you're tall.

But give me food and a following wind and on a good day I can rant about almost anything, frequently to myself.

Recent Postings

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Personal Webpage
http://www.flickr.com/photos/8411024@N08/

Interests Outside Climbing
Photography, cooking, music, walking and so much more...

About My Photography
Opportunistic more than planned, with a strange reliance on the golden section.


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Click to list photo comments written by me. (3 comments)
I've voted for 30 photos, average vote 3.9.
(50% superb - 30% good - 0% average - 0% poor - 20% rubbish)

Anything Else We Should Know
Definitely. It'd spoil the fun if I told you though.

Profile picture; bear out of shot. , 4 kb

User Profile

registered 25/Apr/07
updated 03/Sep/14

Age
51

Been Climbing For
More than 20 years

Main Sport/Activity
Hill Walking


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