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Readza throws some shapes on Borstal Breakout.
© Niall Grimes
Route: Borstal Breakout, E4 6a (E4 6b)
Climbers: John Read
Camera used: pinhole
5*VOTING: number of votes 131
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Truely awesome for a pinhole camera. Was it a cake tin or biscuit box?
Sean Kelly - 26/Nov/07
Thats fantastic. One of the best climbing ones i've seen on here for a while. Nice one
jongriffith - 26/Nov/07
Thank you. It is one of my 'scans'. I had to do a slide show and found out at the last minute that it needed to be digital, not slide, so i projected my slides onto the wall and took a picture of them with my digital camera. If you look close you can see the chipboard pattern.
Niall Grimes - 27/Nov/07
ha ha.nice pic.
mark s - 28/Nov/07
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
Charles Arthur - UKC - 02/Dec/07
fantastic picture congrats on photo of the week . about time a climbing picture won it instead of a hill and a lake
pauldr - 02/Dec/07
I'd like to thank the producers who made it all possible, Hen Cloud for the kindness and support, Readza for his terrible cack-handed sequence, and Cameron Diaz for seeing me through the dark times sob sob sob
Niall Grimes - 02/Dec/07
I like your take on scanning technology. I'm going to use it myself. Good pic too, think the shadows add something to the dynamic of the picture
pamplemouse - 03/Dec/07
Yes, I think that was when the cat walked in front of the projector.
Niall Grimes - 03/Dec/07
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
Charles Arthur - UKC - 09/Dec/07
Two weeks at the top and bad beta thrown in for good measure. Well done.
andi turner - 11/Dec/07
It's not *bad* beta (afterall, it worked), but it's true that it's not 'best'...
Jon Read - 12/Dec/07
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