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Charlotte Telfer, Hearth Direct E2 Yew Crags
© S Lynch, Sep 2009
Route: Hearth Direct (E1 5b)
Camera used: Canon G9
5*VOTING: number of votes 57
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A lovely view
The Pylon King - 14/Sep/09
Looks like a nice E1, will have to go check it out soon if the weather holds.
Fiend - 16/Sep/09
E2 in the new guide
S Lynch - 16/Sep/09
2 stitched together? The left side is darker than the right. Nice shot
DaveWarren - 20/Sep/09
Cheeky fiend. It's a great climb whatever the grade. Delicate corner, big holds through an overhang and then a slab to fnish. You can lace it with gear though hence the grade debate i think. There are a few great lines on this crag and they dry super quick.
Nice photo too btw.
biscuit - 20/Sep/09
Lovely !
mr mills - 20/Sep/09
nice one charlotte, shame you were too busy too look at the view!!
scott gibson - 21/Sep/09
Surprised this made a top photo of the week with such an obvious stitch.
Not sure I really like the photo either, the only thing going for it is the mood created by the clouds, what separates this from the others in the series?
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Silum - 24/Sep/09
Hang on Silum this is after all a climbing website, making the majority of us climbers before photographers. So stitched or not stitched; itís a nice photo of a great looking corner that at least has a climbing reference in - Which has often been a problem with this site!
jibba - 24/Sep/09
I like it. Too many photos seem to be of landscapes and not enough of climbers in my opinion.
Tom Peckitt - 24/Sep/09
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