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Calvin snapping for the sloper and fell off.
© Skinny Kin, Jan 2009
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Used continous shooting mode to finally nail one of his falls. He made it to the top in the end though.
Skinny Kin - 10/Jun/09
And i thought Eston Nab was bizarre overlooking Teesside...
Dave Warburton - 10/Jun/09
Dave, you need to go to Specsavers!
Skinny Kin - 11/Jun/09
HVS 5a? Surely not.
Wee Davie - 14/Jun/09
very nice photo! the red rope in the background is a little distracting though
gordoste - 14/Jun/09
No, it's not HVS 5a. When you click on the link of the route, it takes you to another route and in turn, that database is out-of-date. Calvin is climbing Moon Night's Snake at F6c. Bolted, not trad.
Skinny Kin - 15/Jun/09
Great, great shot!
jon - 15/Jun/09
He hasn't fallen off, he's just doing a REALLY thin move.
Jonny2vests - 16/Jun/09
Yes, so thin that it looks like levitation!
Skinny Kin - 16/Jun/09
nice! thats not bad climbing in the centre of a metropolis
Joe Nunn - 17/Jun/09
This works on all levels for me! Great photo.
alessandro di guglielmo - 24/Jun/09
Wow Kin that's an ace shot. Didn't know there were places to climb around Hong Kong.
duzinga - 29/Jul/09
Fair few places to climb in HK. It's rated in an article recently as the second best rock climbing destination in Asia after Krabi in Thailand. It's probably because of the accessibility of the crags by public transport, stable weather in the winter months, the variety of crags (mountain/sea cliffs/bouldering) in some amazing settings.
Skinny Kin - 30/Jul/09
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Still looks like he's still emulating the moves while falling!
halo - 21/Aug/10