Start under roof and swing up.
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Some rare black and white contents. I am not very use to have black and white pictures as I rarely take them. But sometimes I like the result of this style. Both these pictures show two very atypical problems in Castle Hill. In a land where most of the rock is smooth and most of the angles are vertical or slightly overhanging, finding some steep stuff with holds is certainly a rare thing. The first boulder is on a very nice roof on the back of Tea Pot. I have never known its name. The second problem has one of my favorite names ever: 'A coward in a sea of Heroes'. This line follows a logical sequence of edges in the lower section of a giant rock. The boulder could top it out, but unless you want to face a 10-meters smooth slab over a steep ravine, you stop on the final 'logical' jug. Both @beast_kong (First Ascentionist of the line) and I chose life and we dropped down at the end of the traverse. I am sure one day we will see a brave first ascentionist doing the whole boulder until the top. But that will be not me. Photo @photographic_expeditionary @adidasterrex @fiveten_official @frictionlabs @flathold
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