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Delicate wrist-flick pickin' into a soggy, sun-bak...
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By Adam Stackhouse
Administrator
Feb 16, 2007
Way cool pic!
By cstorms
From: North Bend, OR
Mar 8, 2008
AWESOME.
By Jonathan roberts
Oct 28, 2008
So does it need a leash OR Whats the feeling you had!???
By Niki
From: Joshua Tree, CA/Healy, AK
Apr 2, 2011
Amazing!
By George Bracksieck
Apr 2, 2011
I shot this photo with Ralph's camera. Although I requested a copy of this image, Ralph never sent me one. Hey Ralph -- please send it to me.
By George Bracksieck
Apr 3, 2011
Ralph --

I would like high-res, better quality than I get by printing this page. You did send me a few postage stamps of less-interesting images. Thanks in advance.

By the way, folks, we staged these shots while Andy Donson was wallowing through the snow to set up a TR, which all of us used.
By RalphE
From: Boulder, CO
Feb 3, 2013
George - Stop being such a jerk. I sent you a full-res although jpg copy of this file, minus cropping because you had the lens hood on crooked, so obviously not competent with camera or camera files. Having you follow along a few climbs is a mistake not to be repeated.
By George Bracksieck
Feb 3, 2013
RalphE wrote:
George - Stop being such a jerk. I sent you a full-res although jpg copy of this file, minus cropping because you had the lens hood on crooked, so obviously not competent with camera or camera files. Having you follow along a few climbs is a mistake not to be repeated.


Ralph You post this photo. People say wow. Acknowledging the photographer isn't asking too much.

For the record, you never sent me anything but a few postage stamps of other frames. I framed this one exactly as it is shown on this page. You showed all of the many shots of that thin-pillar sequence to a bunch of people at a party at your house a few days after we were at Castlewood, and there were lots of really good ones that I took beside the one posted on this page. I was at that party and you didn't acknowledge my compositions then. I find it interesting that, rather than graciously acknowledge what I did to compose a good shot and make you look good and then share with me you get nasty. What do you have to lose?
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Delicate wrist-flick pickin' into a soggy, sun-baked pillar. Don't expect this one to last long! (24 Jan 2007)

Photo credit: George Bracksieck.

Submitted By: RalphE on Jan 27, 2007
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