nomad adventures climbing clinic

07May07

the ultimate challenge of taking photos of climbers in any condition, is to avoid the stereotypical butt angle. this really is far more important than it sounds because the climber is right up against the wall most of the time.

having said that, there were sightings of some almost spectacular sideway climb stunts that small children should really not try at home without a harness and a belay set.


the arms of the top rope group


the fingers of the bouldering group

if you see yourself in any of the photos above, do leave me a comment so i could send you a few more photos from my stash alright. indicating which one you are could also be helpful:)

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4 Responses to “nomad adventures climbing clinic”

  1. 1 Voon

    Dear Magic,

    My name is Voon, the 1st one from left for the top rope group, is there anymore photos of myself? I would be more than appreciate if you could email me my photos. If possible, the little girl crying one? She’s just so cute.

    Thank you and hope to see you soon.

    Best regards,
    Voon.

  2. 2 lilli

    hey magic,

    kinda unappreciative how got shot on unnotice moment, but most appreaciative to receive those pixes.. =P

    cheers,
    lilli with =P

  3. 3 aaron

    hey magic,
    i’m the first one on the left of the bouldering group. would really appreciate it if u could send me my pics. thanks in advance. cool shots by the way 🙂

  4. 4 LK

    Hi Magic!

    Great pix! Also learnt a ‘trick’ from the pro- capture better angles, not ppl’s butt 🙂
    Now a big favour to ask if u can still wave your magic wand n email any more photos of me (if any). I’m the 3rd fr the left of the top rope group.(also in the last photo).
    Thanks n regards,
    Lai Kuan


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