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1000m of air on the top icefield, Colton-MacIntyre
© gav p, Nov 2010
Route: Colton-MacIntyre
Climbers: James Clapham
Camera used: Panasonic DMC-GF1
5*VOTING: number of votes 130

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Great shot
wee jamie - 15/Nov/10
Fantastic shot, fantastic route, not done it mind you but, It`s one to do !
mr mills - 15/Nov/10
Superb, love the angle of this and the details is fantastic.
Duncan_Andison - 15/Nov/10
I keep coming back to look at this one - it really draws you in. And scares you! Excellent.
Glenachulish - 15/Nov/10
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
UKC Photos - 21/Nov/10
brilliant,wish i was there
banned profile 74 - 21/Nov/10
I love this photo, it brings me back.
Dave Searle - 21/Nov/10
Nice shot. Which lens are you using for your GF1? The fixed 20mm?
brynski - 21/Nov/10
I'm using the Olympus 9-18 on my GF1.
gav p - 22/Nov/10
You guys in a group of three or going light on one skinny? Nice shot!
Phil Sneyd - 22/Nov/10
Fantastic! I'm almost looking forward to the depths of winter now!
Marcus Buckley - 22/Nov/10
well deserved win fantastic !.......... get them on chamonix info too cheers Paul
Paul and Cherie - 25/Nov/10
Great shot & good to see the Devonian flag being flown on this stuff, even if JC is on top-rope again! ;) Am I right in understanding you guys climbed this on sat 13th Nov? If so, I have some shots towards the Jorasses from the Aig Rouges on the same day...
Jem Cowen - 25/Nov/10
Cheeky bugger Jem! I'm already missing the mountains, and even the bothy bag... we did it the weekend before Jem.
Airtime! - 29/Nov/10
This is such a great shot, fantastic depth of field and truly gives the viewer a sense of atmosphere.
halo - 02/Dec/10
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