Time for this thread to end. I'm not an authority on the subject, but that is Upper Refuse. It's a misleading photo, the angle is incredibly tweaked. Climbers climbing this route for the first time should not expect terrain as depicted in this photo, although the corner variation is slightly more difficult the grade is probably still 5.5.
I don't know if it is Upper Refuse or not but the angle of the photo is not tweaked. You can tell by the angle of the ropes hanging straight down. If the angle was tweaked to make it look steeper the ropes would be touching the rock. Also the gear on his harness is hanging straight down. Both are dead giveaways of a photo that was not angled to look steeper.
.. The point about the ropes and gear hanging straight down is valid. That may look like that left corner variation at the very tip top of Upper Refuse, but it's not even close to that steep. It's like a 5.3 up there, and while those left moves are tricky it can't be that bad! Plus -- Look at the arrangement of the rock at that exit move. I don't recall it looking like that.
Ok, I just went through pictures. My wife and I just got married at the top of Cathedral after climbing UR, so we have quite a few pictures of the route- both while on the route and the route as viewed from the road.
My first thought when I saw the pic was there was no way it was UR. Then I thought maybe it was from right below the pine tree belay ledge. After looking at my pics (I will upload a few), I can definitively say it IS Upper Refuse. It is not below the tree belay ledge though. It is near the very top of the route, basically at the exit. Yes, there were a lot of liberties involved with this pic, but it IS UR! Look at the rock behind the climbers back in this pic, and compare it to one of the ones I will upload- a pic from the road shows it well.
J. Antin, if you see this, I believe the harness I wore for the wedding climb is one I bought from you. ;)