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One last route. End of the Day at Stanage
© A Huddart
Climbers: Adam Carless
Camera used: Canon 20D w/24-105 f4 L
Cracking! The light makes it great and saves if from the fate of "great photo on it's own but look rather like all the others taken from the same spot" syndrome. :-)
TobyA - 09/Mar/08
Nope, pratty sure it's Tango Buttress (HS 5a **)
AndrewHuddart - 10/Mar/08
Wow, I look vaguely competent, that's some great photography! It's definitely Tango Buttress - you wouldn't find me soloing Impossible Slab.
adam carless - 10/Mar/08
Wow awesome picture! Fantastic lighting, great shot & very emotive. Really. I'm impressed.
Mutl3y - 10/Mar/08
That is one of the best photos I have seen on here - fantastic and its even got a climber in it. You have totally captured an evening at Stanage - makes me home sick for the UK.
johnhowell - 17/Mar/08
Thanks for the comments - I'm really quite proud of this. Found the RAW unprocessed and forgotten on my hard drive, really glad that I found it now.
AndrewHuddart - 17/Mar/08
was this taken in england? looks like several places but i dont know!
Jen_George - 26/Mar/08
Jelly - It's Stanage Edge in the Peak District so very much England.
AndrewHuddart - 26/Mar/08
Stunning...... really it is. Keep an out out for me next time your taking snaps! I never get in any shots, especially this good.
antwan - 01/Apr/08
Fantastic broody colours - love it
lleighton - 03/Apr/08
One of the few occasions where a brightly coloured climber would ruin the shot. Great stuff. Grit shots like this make me homesick (almost)
Enty - 03/Apr/08
perfect: the essence of High Neb
Derek Killingworth - 03/Apr/08
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The essence of Stanage, and many of the eastern edges, really.
Gordon Stainforth - 27/Jul/11