Lets Go Climbing - Part 2 (Possible Dialup Death)

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  1. ctardi

    ctardi TPF Noob!

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    I was digging through, and found a few more climbing snap shots, again, I'll start with some from Youth National Competition.

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    6. Not a great photo, but I like this one...
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    And, should leave off with a shot of myself.
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    OK, FINE! (But I'm a bit white...)
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    i've been to a rock gym a few times, absolutely loved it! That's hard work and so much fun all at the same time... nice pics... :thumbup:
     
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    I'm building a rock wall in my backyard, at the moment.

    Cool series. I'd like to see more. :thumbsup:
     
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    I really like your Photo 3 here!
    That concentration... and not only of those who are in the rock ... cool capture of the overall atmosphere of the event!!!
     
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    Thank you very much for the nice comments!

    Midget, Those are about the only one's I'd post online (Did you see part 1 also?), I just wasn't happy with the rest of them, alot of blurry ones as I was shooting from quite a distance, and don't have a tripod. Comp season will be starting up again within a month, I'll be sure to have a camera with me.

    Unfortunatly, of the 20 or so outdoor trips I made this summer, I only got one photo, oh well.
     

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