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UKClimbing's shy and retiring News Editor, Jack Geldard, is all over the front cover of Climbing:2010, the latest rock climbing calendar from KeithSharplesPhotography. Clearly shocked with the heavy burden of responsibility of being the lead-man for the calendar Geldard commented: “looks good Keith except for that ugly bastard on the cover!”
In addition to Jack, who is featured ground-up on the Burbage Valley test-piece The Promise, there's stack more action from a host of well-known/not-so-well-known, stars around the UK, Europe and the US.
Climbing:2010, is a 13 month, A3-sized, full-colour, spiral-bound calendar priced at £12.99, or a quid a month. An A2-sized 2010 Year Planner/Poster is included for good measure.
To see a slideshow of the images in Climbing:2010 click here.
Climbing:2010 is available from many climbing walls and shops, selected bookshops and internet shops or direct from KeithSharplesPhotography (in a P&P included deal).
Finally, KeithSharplesPhotography donates a percentage of the proceeds to the Access and Conservation Trust (ACT) which supports a range of access and conservation projects around the UK and Ireland.
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