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Alexander_Metcalfe

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Location
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

Best Climbing Experience
Tower Ridge on the Ben

Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Gear, gear, gear.

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Personal Webpage
https://www.alexmetcalfephotography.com/

Interests Outside Climbing
Heckling walkers whilst climbing.
Jamming on guitar round the campfire.
Fooling myself I can speak Russian. Мне нравятся русские женщины, хотя.

About My Photography
Check out my site: www.https://www.alexmetcalfephotography.com.

Insert pretentious cut and paste from google search >>> Alex Metcalfe is an award-winning photographer who specializes in documenting adventure sports in extreme environments.

Photo Gallery

Alpine glow on the final pitch of the SW ridge of Weissmies.

Alpine glow on the final pitch of the SW ridge of Weissmies.
© Alexander_Metcalfe

Mountaineers begin to descend at sunset above Corrie an t-Sneachda in Cairngorms National Park, Scotland.

Mountaineers begin to descend at sunset above Corrie an t-Sneachda in Cairngorms National Park, Scotland.
© Alexander_Metcalfe

Admiring the night sky in the shadow of Kežmarský štít. Slovakia's answer to the Eiger.

Admiring the night sky in the shadow of Kežmarský štít. Slovakia's answer to the Eiger.
© Alexander_Metcalfe

Ascent up the South Ridge of the Lagginhorn.

Ascent up the South Ridge of the Lagginhorn.
© Alexander_Metcalfe

Tom breaks trail towards Kezmarsky Stit.⁠

Tom breaks trail towards Kezmarsky Stit.⁠
© Alexander_Metcalfe

A Fine Day to Climb

A Fine Day to Climb
© Alexander_Metcalfe

Climbers & Silhouettes

Climbers & Silhouettes
© Alexander_Metcalfe

Amplified Silence

Amplified Silence
© Alexander Metcalfe

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Anything Else We Should Know
Yes. Weighing up to 6000 kg (6.6 tons) and measuring up to 3.3 m (10 ft.) at the shoulder, the African elephant is the world's largest land mammal.


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