Rooftopia. December 18, 2011Posted by littlebangtheory in climbing.
Tags: bouldering, Cokin P-holder, deerfield river, Rooftopia, Singh-Ray Darryl Benson Reverse ND Grad filter, Vermont, vignetting
I spent part of this afternoon up at Rooftopia, a tumbling conflagration of stones and spaces hunkered down along the Deerfield river just over the Vermont line from me.
I’m enamored of this particular stone for its clean sweep of overhanging terrain, and just had to play with it for a bit:
It’s really out of my league, but I can dream, can’t I?? 🙂
The vignetting in this photo is caused by my Cokin P-Holder, which really wasn’t made for full-frame wide lenses, but I’m in no position to upgrade to the 4X6 filters which would eliminate this problem. Besides, I’m not all that displeased by the framing effect rendered by my technical incompetence.
I’d love to get a posse of strong climbers up here so I can let them play while I photograph the action. It’s a beautiful spot, and I bet they’d enjoy themselves.