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Evie Cotrulia on Gorilla Warfare, Curbar, Peak District.
© Yann Genoux, Mar 2014
Problem: Gorilla Warfare (f7A )
Camera used: Nikon D5100
Date taken: 9th March 2014
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excellent shot, and looks like a nice problem
Mike421 - 13/Mar/14
What Mike said. Excellent shot.
James Rushforth - 17/Mar/14
I know I'm nitpicking but I hate to see mats in a climbing image, and just a little bit more toe definition for the R foot. Otherwise a really excellent photo.
Sean Kelly - 17/Mar/14
Believe me Sean, you don't want to do that problem without some mats underneath!
Liv Hatt - 19/Mar/14
Nice one, lassie.
Serena Lambre - 20/Mar/14
Yes, subtract 2 stars for lack of toe definition!
Robert Durran - 23/Mar/14
great shot,a very striking composition. i think the slightly blurred right foot adds to the dynamism of the shot.
IM - 23/Mar/14
Very few bouldering shots grab my attention but this one does. Superb, particularly love the highlighting of her dynamic right foot.
Skyfall - 23/Mar/14
The mats give an excellent contrast. The right foot for me adds to the dynamism of the move..5 from me!!
Tonybhoy - 24/Mar/14
I agree too with Skyfall. If the right fooyt was "frozen in time" it would give the impression of a staged shot. The blur gives some movement to the image. Superb in my eyes
chris fox - 26/Mar/14
I love this shot. The brightness of the climbers clothing contrasts with the sombre rock, and her concentration and athleticism capture for me the essence of bouldering. Even her jeans with the turn-ups echo the famous shot of Steve Bancroft of Strapadictomy
Chris Murray - 07/Apr/14
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