You probably won’t find this technique in a basic rock climbing book. Erik Eisele stashing his helmet to facilitate upward progress in The Beast (5.11+) chimney on Cathedral Ledge in New Hampshire. The second photo gives a better perspective of the route.
Photo Details: Canon 5D w/ EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM lens at 35mm, 1/200s at f/4 and ISO 1000.
Photo Details: Canon 5D w/ EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM lens at 16mm, 1/400s at f/4 and ISO 1000.
Jim Surette and I were able to ski the entire route without rappelling (had to ski around one ice bulge) due to recent storms (w/ east winds) that loaded the gully with deep snow.
Photo Details: Canon 5D w/ EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM @ 16mm, 1/320s @ f/5.6 and ISO 200 w/ +0.67 exposure compensation.
Photo Details: Canon 5D w/ EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM lens @ 16mm, 1/1250s @ f/8 and ISO 100.
Most rock climbers know to be cautious when climbing on Cannon Cliff, but this is underscored when you see loose talus with bolts in place. Taken in September of 2004, this photo shows some talus below Cannon Cliff in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire. The climbers are Jennifer Tennican and Will Mayo, we were heading up to climb some pitches for Jennifer’s film Benedictus.
Photo Details: Nikon F100 with 17-35mm f/2.8 AF-S lens and Fuji slide film.
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