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The best kept secret in the Mid-West.
© Jonny2vests, Sep 2010
Route: Spire Two (I think)
Climbers: Cody Lee Evans
Camera used: Sony DSC-WX1
5*VOTING: number of votes 4
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Miles of 2-3 pitch spires made of rough granite as far as the eye can see. And the guide? Out of print! The yanks don't know they're born :-)
Jonny2vests - 12/Oct/10
Horizontal pinnacles?
Stu Tyrrell - 12/Oct/10
Is that because it's on a different up and down perceptual plane?
David Dear - 12/Oct/10
Thats better! amazing place.
Stu Tyrrell - 13/Oct/10
It was the wrong way round because I own a camera that thinks its clever and a Macbook that knows its clever.
Jonny2vests - 13/Oct/10
Nice shot. It isn't Spire 2 though, it is Station 13. The name refers to its role in a map-making survey of the Cathedral Spires carried out by Needles pioneers Herb and Jan Conn.
rgold - 03/Oct/13
Makes sense. Maybe it was taken from spire 2, I'm sure it's nearby.
Jonny2vests - 03/Oct/13
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