Head for heights, anyone?

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Comments (10)

Cindy Breen on October 22, 2010

Hiya Steve ..This is not you ??

Rather my two feet firmly on the ground...

Great shot..Marion


Steven Stoddart on October 22, 2010

Hiya Marion - I would not mind having a bash! This ain't me though - adaptable as I may be, I have mastered the trick of being in two place at the same time!

This is a lass making her way up the slab.. when she got to the top, she had a smile on her face that went from ear to ear....



joyfotos on October 22, 2010

Nope, I stick to the climbing gym where you are relatively safe:) I can bet she had an ear to ear smile...well deserved I will say:)

Great shot on your part! Like!

Christos Theodorou on October 27, 2010

Lovely shot. Greetings from Athens, Christos

lozpet on November 10, 2010

Good pic Steve, she's a brave girl, looks very challenging, LIKE..LOZ

Steven Stoddart on November 10, 2010

Hi there Loz - In this band of climbers, there as many women as men... It seems climbing is well and truly the domain of both sexes here.. She had a rosy glow by the time she reached the top...



Mahdi Kalhor on November 21, 2010

Fantastic! Well capture.


All the best from Iran, Mahdi

Steven Stoddart on November 22, 2010

Hello Mahdi - This lady had a good reason to get to the top... Only the sea would welcome her if she fell off!

She did climb to the top and loved the climb : )

Thank you for the like..



K@rin on January 1, 2011

HI STEVE have fear of heights , so thanks not me :)

HAPPY NEW YEAR ! wish you great walks and lots of beautiful captures of them on photo! :)

Steven Stoddart on January 1, 2011

Hello Karin - Always a pleasure to hear from you : ) As I have got older, I still _enjoy heights! But I can understand why it is sensible not to dangle your bottom over a BIG drop with nothing but a piece of string to hold you up!

With the best of wishes to you and yours for 2011...


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    by Steven Stoddart
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