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Dream of white horses
© jethro kiernan
Route: dream of white horses (HVS 4c)
Climbers: Helen
Camera used: Nikon D200 12-24
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beautiful capture
philo - 28/May/07Report
That's fantastic. Captures the exposure much better than the usual Humdrum angle.
Wil Treasure - 28/May/07Report
That will put a lot of prospective suitors off. It looks a lot harder than 4c. Great shot again Jethro.
Sean Kelly - 28/May/07Report
Sweet! So much better than the usual shots. Would be even better with a person down at the bottom of the zawn to show how far down it really is!
Adam Booth - 29/May/07Report
Another fantastic shot! Were you free hanging to get it?
sandywilson - 29/May/07Report
There is an overhang above the route I used to look in to give the angle, had this in mind for some time.
jethro kiernan - 29/May/07Report
Shows a bit of effort and some forethought reaps rewards. Top pic.
Chris F - 04/Jun/07Report
Believe we were down at Wen Zawn doing Dream the day you took these pictures - great to see they came out! Interesting view of a route which usually has quite cliched pictures. Also really highlights the most terrifying bit of the route, stepping out over the zawn. Have a 5.
Quiddity - 15/Jun/07Report
How many times has this route been photographed; how many shots have really captured it? Can't imagine the answer to the first question, but to the second: John Cleare's and yours. Brilliantly conceived and executed.
Solaris - 18/Jun/07Report
Wow. Have to disagree with Mr Kelly; this has made me want it all the more. I can feel the knicker clenching exposure from here, sitting at my desk with the rain pouring down outside. You obviously put a lot of time and effot into this picture - time and effort well spent
andybenham - 19/Jun/07Report
Mmmmmmmh...............Nice!
Phil Sneyd - 19/Jun/07Report
it's all about the angle. this is an inspired photo!
martin k - 23/Jun/07Report
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
Charles Arthur - UKC - 24/Jun/07Report
A seal at the bottom would have made it perfect
Mark Davies PK - 26/Jun/07Report
A great shot that's inspired me to move this to the very top of my must do list.
jkarran - 06/Jul/07Report
Another great shot, however it i think it grossly exagerates the amount of exsposure on the route. It is also makes the climbing look a lot harder than it actually is.
Tom Ripley - 06/Jul/07Report
So what? It's art, not documentary.
tkp - 02/Dec/10Report
this is the bobbins i was leading you to. See photo of the week.
alberttwotoes - 27/Jan/11Report
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