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iain

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whatever you want to call it. if it involves moving over snow w/ little effort and texplorer hates it, it's all the same to me. wink.gif <-- I hate this emoticon.

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I'll take the second photo (Whistler) over rock climbing every single time.

 

thanks for the photos iain.

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Eerie said:

I'll take the second photo (Whistler) over rock climbing every single time.

 

thanks for the photos iain.

 

The second photo is so-so. The first is awesome. Where is "verbier"?

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The Verbier shot looks like a pure adrenaline straightline shot over exposed rocks down a chute with varying snow conditions. Yes, fun....check it out. How many turns do you think that rider is gonna make?

 

The Whistler shot looks like the beginning of a chute that is asking to be ridden with nice flowing lines cutting up both sides and maybe a couple of lip slashes.

 

Just two different means of attack. aggression or flowing the line and I'd choose flowing the line.

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The point is the first photo is sweet and unique, and the second photo I could take practically any weekend up at the hill.

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JoshK said:

The point is the first photo is sweet and unique, and the second photo I could take practically any weekend up at the hill.

I reckon from the big open space of the first photo, the composition was made with an advertisement in mind.

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