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A banana on the First Fruit Ascent (FFA) of Master's Edge
© joemallia, Feb 2012
Route: Master's Edge
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Climbers: Pete Whittaker
Camera used: Sony DSLR-A200
Awesome performance in freezing conditions - fruity!
joemallia - 08/Feb/12
And people said i was going mental, well here's your proof.
felixyoung - 08/Feb/12
Quite literally bananas!
jameshiggins - 09/Feb/12
Has to be photo of the week
tonyw - 09/Feb/12
A lot of chalk on Green Death!
Sean Kelly - 09/Feb/12
The chalk was falling quite steadily by then - cold chalk!
joemallia - 09/Feb/12
Looking at this again, it could even be a FWA - First Wizbit Axcent!
jameshiggins - 10/Feb/12
Did he actually lead it all the way to the top?!
Heddwyn - 10/Feb/12
He climbed it through all of the crux sections to the jug at the start of the easier slabby finishing bit. Falling from that means a ground fall which wasn't considered to be in the spirit of birthday celebrations!
joemallia - 10/Feb/12
I was there, and I have to say the ascent was rather impressive!!!
Oli Grounsell - 11/Feb/12
Should you have been at Senen on Banana Flake?
krikoman - 13/Feb/12
Needs yellow trousers for the full effect
FH1920 - 17/Feb/12
The fancy-dress climber is the king of the nerds. Zany.
hexcentric - 18/Feb/12
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UKC Photos - 19/Feb/12
Rich in potassium and perfectly curved for the layaway. Bananatastic !
Ciderslider - 19/Feb/12
quality day out!
Karl Wooffindin - 20/Feb/12
Lucky he didn't slip! :)
mjb30 - 20/Feb/12
We all know that bananas have a brown bit at the bottom .. what about this one?
mhowie - 23/Feb/12
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I trust he didn't peel off and I love the sugar icing effect on the crag: a real milestone in puddings.
Andy Cloquet - 24/Feb/12