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Under the Point
© Al Todd, Jul 2016
Route: Point Five Gully (V 5)
Climbers: Iain Cameron
Camera used: Panasonic GX8
Date taken: 23rd July 2016
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Several sections of diff climbing up 70m of a black dark tunnel under up to 10m of ice with a burn running over the rock made an interesting ascent of the lower section of Point Five Gully
Al Todd - 25/Jul/16
How "interesting" was the upper section? ;-)
Robert Durran - 25/Jul/16
Very original viewpoint!
Sean Kelly - 29/Jul/16
this photo wrecks my brain
kingjam - 01/Aug/16
lucozade - 03/Aug/16
Good for you guys climbing it in that condition, I'm nowhere near brave enough! Nice photo too
abseil - 04/Aug/16
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
UKC Photos - 07/Aug/16
Does this count as a summer or a winter ascent?
Michael Hood - 07/Aug/16
Brilliant photo
bensilvestre - 08/Aug/16
I watch it minutes, but still kayaking, definitely kayaking.
proandras - 08/Aug/16
thats a bizarre photo, took me a few seconds to get my bearings but really cool idea and nice edit on it
Nadir khan - 08/Aug/16
Looks like a scene from Harry Potter with the Dementors. (And yes I have a 12yr old!)
cwarby - 08/Aug/16
Extraordinary photo!
Augustus the Strong - 10/Aug/16
Took me a while to work it out. Brilliant photo.
moll - 11/Aug/16
Amazing shot.. took a while to figure out what was going on here!!
natetan - 11/Aug/16
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