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Julian Heath, The Spider 8a, Sir Plum Buttress Cheedale
© chris fox, Jun 2010
Route: The Spider (8a )
Camera used: Canon eos 400D with 10-22mm
Date taken: 15th June 2010
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Quality. Makes it look almost continental!
Quiddity - 17/Jun/10
Absolutely stunning shot mate - like it!
1234None - 17/Jun/10
Beautiful photograph
Michael Ryan - 18/Jun/10
Can't Wait for the new trip out. Loving the shot.
rockjedi - 18/Jun/10
It's disgusting that a picture of a lighthouse and a canoe are beating this to pic of the week.
Enty - 18/Jun/10
thanks for the positive comments guys. i hear there's a new limestone guide out soon and they're after pics, maybe i'll send it in.
chris fox - 19/Jun/10
Glad you finally got this one done - worth the wait!
PeteH - 21/Jun/10
hey pete, took about an hour to set up, 2 raps in and some redirecting off a tree to pull myself away from the rock. But definitely worth the effort
chris fox - 21/Jun/10
Superb & excellent shot...made my palms sweat
Impromptu - 21/Jun/10
Just utterly brilliant!
Sean Kelly - 21/Jun/10
Once again, thanks guys for all your comments, very humbling.
Just to add to my previous photo stat, i didn't use any filters or any photo enhancement for the shot, it's basically as it was taken.
chris fox - 21/Jun/10
Its simply a fantastic photo!!
dek - 21/Jun/10
I saw this route when I went to Cheedale. Thought it looked amazing. Definitely going to give at crack at some point this summer. Other than the amazing position what is the climbing actually like?
JayK - 21/Jun/10
The climbing is really good, though there is a real stopper move for me on the lip of the 2nd roof on some very slopey holds.
The upper section is brilliant (and easier) allowing for many heel hooks which gave me some rather achy legs the next day ;)
I definatly recommend doing it, though make your belayer wear a helmet...
jujuheath - 21/Jun/10
when I did this route I always thought a shot from above would make a good pic.
kristian - 03/Jul/10
that is one hell of a shot
brian cropper - 04/Oct/10
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