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Previous Photos Gallery

Every so often Chockstone selects a recent picture taken by our members to be awarded the illustrious distinction of appearing in the "Photo Gallery". All photos are most welcome. Email Chockstone or leave feedback on the forum to send in contributions or to nominate a picture.

**** The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler By Steve Toal  1/21/2021
The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler   
Goshen Watts flashing “The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler” (25), Kitten Wall, Arapiles. See Also: Pic 2.

I like pic 2 better because of the overview presented by it and would give it 5 stars. The shot here is good for getting a bit of an insight into the climb crux and mindset required for it. GW looks quietly determined in his flashing of it! Thanks for refreshing our photo gallery gfdonc. - IdratherbeclimbingM9

Shadow / light contrast is great on the first pic. Although it wasn't a flash - I'd been on the route before, and strained my bicept or something. I did it this time placing gear however, so that's something ;-) - goshen

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**** Dragon Lady By Steve Toal  6/18/2020
Dragon Lady   
Martin Jackson leading Dragon Lady (18), Burma Wall, Grampians. See Also: Pic 2, Pic 3.

Good choice of the three for presenting as the main pic, because it appears to capture the climbing better with the funky hand moves. - White Trash

Nice bucket! Would be a great setup photo shoot for a climber to leap for it and latch it ala HB style on Taipan Wall! Heh, heh, heh. Good to see some trad climbing representation, even if it is just a memory during these covid restricted times. - IdratherbeclimbingM9

Good photo bro. I like the way the trad gear is swinging with the move just made. Edit. Originally I gave 3 stars for the photo rating but I’ve now changed that to 5 stars based on the fact that I can’t see a bolt on the climb, which is great! Who knows, maybe in a hundred years time this historical photo will epitomise what the 20th century forsook in the style of adventure in climbing? - Duang Daunk

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**** Nindja By Steve Toal  11/8/2019
Nindja   
Mei-ying Liew finishing the last moves of Nindja (*15), Peking Face, Eastern Wall Grampians while Michael O'Reilly belays Jill Gara on The Killing Fields (**17). See Also: Photo 2

Great to see a new photo. Thanks gfdonc for submitting it! Good to see trad climbing hasn’t died in the Gramps... Personally I prefer the second (wide aspect) photo and rate it five stars. - IdratherbeclimbingM9

I agree with M9 - second photo way better! - Olbert

I agree with M9's assessment too. - White Trash

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