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It needs to be rotated 90 clockwise. It is still pretty sick though.

 

No way. The camera was maybe tilted a little bit, but not much because that's how steep the wall was there. Took the pic on the NE ridge of Alberta in a spot where the whole side just falls away onto the whole general N Face abyss. I don't know why the ground looks so funky confused.gif

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Climbing: Descending the S. Ridge of Mt. Crossan with Mt. Hunter in the background.

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Scenic: Hulahula Valley, Arctic Refuge

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Skking: Skiing on the Scandinavia Glacier with False Norway and Finland Peaks in the background; Chugach Mountains.

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Ice: Ice at Caribou Creek, Southcentral Alaska.

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Bouldering: V2 on the West Buttress!

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Humor: Quality Reading regardless of the weather!

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Full sized pix are here:

http://www.couloirgraphics.com/images/misc/miscpix/

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It needs to be rotated 90 clockwise. It is still pretty sick though.

 

No way. The camera was maybe tilted a little bit, but not much because that's how steep the wall was there. Took the pic on the NE ridge of Alberta in a spot where the whole side just falls away onto the whole general N Face abyss. I don't know why the ground looks so funky confused.gif

 

I am not ripping it or anything. It is just if you rotate the image the crazy undercut chasm of death looks like a ridge. The climb actually looks just as steep and exposed.

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