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Granite padding on 'The Pause'
© hwackerhage, Apr 2009
Route: The Pause (E1 5b)
Camera used: Nikon D300
Date taken: 18th April 2009
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Man I can wait to get back to the slabs, great photo were was it taken from?
andymoin - 22/Apr/09Report
Great memories of doing this nearly 40 yrs ago. That runout slab is still imprinted on the brain. A 3* climb.
Sean Kelly - 22/Apr/09Report
Superb, its so hard to take a good photo of the Etive slabs.
mikemartin - 23/Apr/09Report
Excellent photo of an excellent route
B0b - 26/Apr/09Report
brilliant perspective there Sir
asherh - 26/Apr/09Report
Cheers for the comments. It was taken from the descent path after we had done Hammer.
hwackerhage - 27/Apr/09Report
It looks like the same severity of the climb when Adam West playing Batman walked up a seemingly vertical wall... I'm assuming it isnt! nice perspective
antpayne2003 - 28/Apr/09Report
The belayer looks a bit confused!!
bobbybin - 21/May/09Report
Awesome photo one of the best I've seen of the slabs, so nice to get a view from above bringing out the textures in the rock!
andymoin - 27/Jun/09Report
Superb picture, blue and red tops make this work amongst the grey granite, lovely composition and crushed perspecctive. I also quite enjoy the fact that the leader's shadow looks like a dromedarie or something similar.Having done this route yesterday I fear I was off line on this pitch as I lead up those two cracks on the left of the leaders shadow.hmmm, still, it all ends the same, amazing route!! Nicely captured.Have a 5.
Sean Bell - 27/Jun/09Report
What pitch is it ?
KeithAlexander - 05/Sep/10Report
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