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James working the cave roof project at the Toll Road Crags.
© Beastly Squirrel, Dec 2010
Problem: One Hundred Percent Pain (f7A+)
Climbers: James Squire
Camera used: Olympus E-PL1
4*VOTING: number of votes 13
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A strait line out of the cave/roof from a sitter at the back of the cave, when sent it will be about font 7c.
Beastly Squirrel - 31/Dec/10
Sent where?
Urgles - 31/Dec/10
Oh sorry, sent is the American term for "climbed".
Beastly Squirrel - 31/Dec/10
ahem.. sarcasm.
benj_d - 01/Jan/11
Looks good James. Is the rock above the roof stable or does it finish dropping off soon after the lip?
Richard Hession - 01/Jan/11
Nice shot, (have you done any pp or is it naturally lit?)
Fraser - 01/Jan/11
Looks like a nice spot, bit heavy on the vignetting mind you.
Tom Last - 01/Jan/11
Thanks guys, and i have edited the lighting and effects of this photo, and I think most of the rock in the roof is stable, apart from one loose hold above the lip.
Beastly Squirrel - 01/Jan/11
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