Rock Climbing Photos


2012 comenzó de forma dura para mí. Al igual que muchas otras personas en el mundo, siempre he sufrido una melancolía estacional que se agudiza durante las últimas semanas del otoño y y principios del invierno (en parte debido a la progresiva disminución de luz diurna, y en concurrencia con un rasgo genético heredado). El tema de las enfermedades mentales siempre ha sido bastante tabú, ya que en según que ambientes puede verse como un síntoma de debilidad, locura o inadaptación social. A comienzos de 2012, y coincidiendo con un desplazamiento a Inglaterra, "mi melancolía estacional" fue especialmente intensa y me hizo tocar fondo. Así me vi obligado a tratarla medicamente por primera vez en mi vida. Además, y por suerte, las personas de mi entorno inmediato fueron muy comprensivas cuando les confesé que estaba sufriendo miedos continuos que me hacían sentir bastante mal. De modo que pude recuperarme gradualmente (en sintonía con el avance de la primavera) mientras continuaba llevando una vida normal. Durante aquellos meses de recuperación, recuerdo que me aferré con fuerza a tres o cuatro ideas extraordinariamente simples y potentes. Una de ellas, y por extraño que parezca, fue la conocida historia del montañero Aron Ralston: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aron_Ralston que también fue llevaba al cine por Danny Boyle (127 hours 2010): youtu.be/OlhLOWTnVoQ Una noche, recuerdo mirar el primer tercio de la película y pensar: "¡Esto es una fantasmada, menudo flipao el tío este!". Pero paradójicamente me produjo una gran impresión, y dos semanas más tarde ya estaba leyendo en inglés el libro autobiográfico de Aron Ralston: Between and rock and a hard place (2004). Había algo de fascinante y motivacional en la historia, y tengo que reconocer que psicológicamente me ayudó mucho. Algunos días caminaba por los suburbios de Londres y si por un momento me sentía triste... entonces empezaba a sonar en mi cabeza el riff final de la canción Festival de Sigur Ros y me alegraba. youtu.be/RpKOawpMtsk No sé como explicarlo. En mayo de aquel mismo año me fui 5 días a caminar por el Parque Nacional de Snowdonia, en Gales, una experiencia de la que tengo un muy buen recuerdo. Cada día, antes del crepúsculo, y después de horas de caminata por las modestas montañas de los alrededores y de una buena cena, me dedicaba a leer en el interior del saco y en la tienda de campaña. Palabras a la luz del frontal: Las inquietudes de Shanti Andía (de Pío Baroja), un gran libro que un buen amigo me había enviado por correo postal. A la conclusión de esta pequeña aventura, recuerdo retornar en tren a Londres feliz. 127 hours siguió siendo una de mis películas favoritas durante unos años, pero lamentablemente ya no puedo disfrutarla de la misma manera. Especialmente desde que James Franco (el brillante actor que protagoniza en la ficción la historia real de Aaron Ralston) fuera acusado de abusos sexuales y quedara patente que como persona es un impresentable. Pero me gustaría volver a leer la increíble historia autobiográfica de Aaron Ralston. Imagen (el escrito de abajo en inglés es de mayo 2012): Cantilever en Snowdonia. Un chico de Birmingham me hizo esta foto. """ During my week off I decided to spend few days the National Park of Snowdonia, in Wales. Over there I enjoyed the wild like a little kid. I walked slowly on boulders and rocks for hours, crossed little rivers, surrounded lakes of glacial origin, scared unintentionally groups of sheeps grazing on the grass, made some photos, got lost in the middle of the fog, loved the eroded and dramatic landscape, and so I climbed my first mountains since I arrived in January to UK. A picture is worth a thousand words. A nice guy from Birminghan took a photo of me (above) when I was standing on a funny slab, on Glyder Fach."""
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A SB Kanawha River Railroad train with two SD40s climbs a grade through a rock cut before entering a tunnel behind me.
A SB Kanawha River Railroad train with two SD40s climbs a grade through a rock cut before entering a tunnel behind me.
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Climbing Corps
Climbing Corps Oberlin College students, employees and dependant children of employees and OC Recreation Center members now have the opportunity to try indoor rock climbing and hone their skills on the Climbing Wall and Bouldering Cave in the North Lobby of Philips PE Center. Photo by Bryan Rubin '18
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Cottonwood Grove, Zion N.P 4-14
Cottonwood Grove, Zion N.P 4-14 (1 in a multiple picture album) This is one of the first scenes you see as you drive into Zion Canyon. If you don't have a room at the lodge, you get this view from one of the shuttles. Zion has done something most of the parks should do. They require visitors to park outside the park and ride a shuttle into the canyon. This is a blessing in disguise. Most National Parks like, Yosemite Valley, have such traffic jams that the poor driver never sees the sights. On a shuttle he can relax and take in the beauty. The Cottonwood trees seem to me one of the abiding memories of our visit. They were dropping their white fluff and it almost looked like snow. The groves are found along the Virgin River where they find moisture. In the lower center of the photo you can see Angels Landing, one of the most popular, but scary, climbs.
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To the point
To the point I spent quite a bit of my youth clambering around on rocks and climbing boulders and cliffs. I’m drawn to photographing these edges of land that are relentlessly pounded by the sea. While I appreciate the attraction of the cliche of photographically smoothed waves swirling around rocks at sunset, I wanted to do something different, more expressive, almost abstract showing these rocks scarred by wind and water during a moment of rest between their battles with the sea.
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She's A Good Girl Loves Her Mama Loves Jesus And America Too Sunflower Peace T-Shirt
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Hiking in Switzerland
Hiking in Switzerland Life Adventure Guiding - Has a passion to Trained their clients along with the Rock Climbing, Hiking, Snowshoe courses. in Switzerland.
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From a Distance
From a Distance Woodland Park, CO - Went out to mountains to get outside and do a little hiking. We went to an area called Red Rocks (not the amphitheatre) and met some rock climbers. They seemed friendly and waved, that guy near the top his name is Will. The weather was perfect for an outdoor excursion.
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