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Dominic & Daniel Lee, bouldering. West Cork early 90's.
© dominic lee
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Could be photo of the week if you'd allowed votes.
Enty - 05/Mar/11
Flamin' heck. I knew they were strong, but not that bloody strong!
Mick Ward - 05/Mar/11
There you go.
Enty - 06/Mar/11
How many pushups can they do?
Sean Kelly - 06/Mar/11
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
UKC Photos - 13/Mar/11
Is the boulder polystyrene (from a film set perchance)?
JJL - 13/Mar/11
nope its real alright
rob87n - 13/Mar/11
Hi Dom
You might remember me from CAN days (Gavin Taylor)
I need a few boulders rearranging near my house, so if you are ever over Arco way, drop me a line (I'm just up the road).
Erstwhile - 13/Mar/11
I reckon they should have a go at 'not to be taken away...', now there's a challenge
Stone Muppet - 13/Mar/11
did the problem begin with a sitting start?
keith leonard - 13/Mar/11
Ah come on that thing would weigh as much as a car.
mick walsh - 14/Mar/11
Haha, no chance, good photo though.
Tom Last - 14/Mar/11
nice. that would weigh what, 5-6 tons? Is it an inflated Fjellduken?
arctic_hobo - 14/Mar/11
I've been doing wrong for so long!
CorR - 14/Mar/11
I was a bit slow on that joke Muppet but it made me chuckle
Daniel Heath - 14/Mar/11
The boulder is actually falling from the sky and the photo was taken moments before it crushed them both! :S
Maestro - 15/Mar/11
have to say its a very good Photoshop, lighting is perfect.
jibba - 16/Mar/11
This photo explain everything !!! Stonehedge was build by climbers.. :D O_o
Morfinel - 18/Mar/11
Couldnt resist this opportunity.The boulder & dolmen were part of a film set for Putnam's War Of The Buttons.(Clip on youtube) Shot in part at the base of a crag we were developing at the time in the beautiful Coomarkane valley behind Glengariff.We put up several v good routes E3/E6,one of which is called The Myth Of Sisyphus.
dominic lee - 18/Mar/11
My Dad did something simmilar in france. Ahem. He picked up a large pummice boulder and (Trying very hard to look composed and not drop it) handed it to an unsuspecting french man, who nearly dropped it. It was about half the size of the one in the photo, but he is only one man. :D
DaveFidler - 19/Mar/11
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