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*** Giblets By John Bentley  5/24/2017
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Steve Toal on Giblets (20) at Clicke Wall, Grampians, Victoria.

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kieranl
5/24/2017
Wow, it's turned into a slab. 
gfdonc
5/25/2017
Yeah, I know, it's hard to get a straight photographer these days. 
JDB
5/26/2017
In my defence, the photo was a bit rushed, because I wait until gfDonc was actually climbing,
rather than resting on the gear....... 
JDB
5/26/2017
Only kidding 
Jayford4321
5/27/2017
*****
The route looks contrived. I'd get confused as a lot of the grips are different colours.

Would be better to see some bolts straight up the orange route just to his right. And
another line of bolts straight up black route to the right of that. And ffs the white route
is begging for rings prolly the best route of all. Not to mention the next one.

Also I can't see a lead climbing pass on the climber nor a lead climbing belaying
pass on the belayer. Not a good safety example.

Zero stars.
 

Gnaguts
5/29/2017
Y iz belaya cowerin like that? Fear?
Mebe thinkz gfdonk iz usin a abommerisible puff knot?
Five starz 4 capcha in tha moment. 

IdratherbeclimbingM9
6/1/2017
***
Nice photo.
Sad that it's photographically 'become a slab'(!), ... an aspect that could have easily
been rectified by editing it prior to submission.
The alternative would've been to use something like a fish-eye lens (super wide-
angle), to distort it in a deliberate way.

Good to see the belayer included, and a traditional climb featured. 

Duang Daunk
6/17/2017
**
I think the picture is ok, but I know my cuzzy bro Ed would love it, because he's been overheard saying all Gramps routes should have the same treatment of slabification so he can enjoy them more! 

 

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