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A relieved Tom tops out Three Pebble Slab, his 1st E1 (E0?)
© Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH, Oct 2006
Route: Three Pebble Slab (HVS 5a)
Climbers: Tom Brittain
Camera used: Minolta A1
Date taken: 14th October 2006
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your comment makes the picture so good. you can sense the fear more!
Adders - 17/Oct/06
Is that use of knee I see?
Richard Bradley - 17/Oct/06
My first HVS if you go by the new PGE! Got past the crux easy enough, took about 5 minutes psyching myself up for the unprotected slab and went for it. Not hard, but v. fluttery. Was so 'relieved' to finish I would have stuck my knackers on the top if I could. Nice comedy photo. Thanks Paul ;)
Tommy81 - 17/Oct/06
everyone whos climbs it, feels it.
IanJackson - 17/Oct/06
Excellent use of the knee. Why the inner tube around the neck. Is this for some extra friction !!!
Sperm - 18/Oct/06
On location with crew and actors for 28 days Later 2.
Mark Sheridan - 18/Nov/06
Nice reaction but aren't you off route?
michael lawrence - 26/Aug/08
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