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On the steep ice of the Charlet-Ghilini, Argentiere Glacier
© gav p, Mar 2009
Climbers: James Clapham
Camera used: RICOH Caplio R2
Date taken: March 2009
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Thats helluva steep looking!
dek - 15/Sep/09
Maybe if you turn it round the proper way, it won't look so bad? Just a thought. Nice photo, though.
Garbh Coire - 15/Sep/09
The proper way? Why do people make this pointless comments time and again? Just imagine you are standing on the ledge looking at the climber. I'd be surprised if you saw it at a different angle unless you belay laying down on your kidneys or hanging of the belay upside down... This is how it looks when you are there, and if the vertigo feeling makes you feel uneasy then the better the photo it is, as it gives you a feel of what it is to be there.
Mr Lopez - 16/Sep/09
Well said Mr Lopez,I totally agree with you. Great shot.
loz01 - 03/Oct/09
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