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Jason Pickles leads the classic Fork Lightening Crack, E2 5c, Heptonstall Quarry.
© Alastair Lee, May 2012
Route: Fork Lightening Crack
Camera used: Canon 5D
5*VOTING: number of votes 79

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Complete with fine Yorkshire top-out.
Dave Foster - 30/May/12
Nice one Jason, great pic!
Steve Perry - 30/May/12
great photo, makes me want to go there!
mr mills - 31/May/12
Depth of field spot on. nice!
kiwi boy - 03/Jun/12
Nice shot
Nadir khan - 05/Jun/12
Think the shadow on the left detracts a litle otherwise would defo get a 5
pamplemouse - 07/Jun/12
I agree, I only put it here to show Jason why we needed to go back and reshoot it later in the day. Would also be better if there was a bit more light shining in the crack, which would also be resolved by shooting later in the day. Appreciate all the good vibes though.
Alastair Lee - 07/Jun/12
if it were shadow or none, i would choose shadow... i also think the bird droppings add something!
Perryman - 07/Jun/12
Don't talk bollocks Al thats a cracking shot, did Jason wax his arms especialy? ;)
andyb211 - 17/Jun/12
Excellent shot - later in the day would also be great :-)
Ulrik Hasemann - 22/Jun/12
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