October 17, 2006

Gorge scrambling in the snow?

Apart from the photos of lunch, the picture quality from the waterproof camera is awful. There simply wasn’t enough light. So anyone in the group’s fears about cringe-worthy photos are very much unfounded… you can hardly see more than a helmet, never mind recognise who it is :-(





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  1. Natalie Snodgrass Tan

    I’m the conspicuous person in red (the smallest kagoul they could find ;))

    I actually really like the middle grainy one with whoever it is the green helmet…

    17 Oct 2006, 13:52

  2. Natalie Snodgrass Tan

    That’s ‘in’ the green helmet, of course.

    I can’t type today. I had to redo that last sentence about four times.

    17 Oct 2006, 13:53

  3. There’s a note going in to Insite this week inviting new members. So remember when reviewing these prictures that as far as anyone knows we’re completely normal.

    17 Oct 2006, 14:10

  4. Natalie Snodgrass Tan

    I’m completely normal. Not too sure about you though…

    18 Oct 2006, 12:25

  5. Alison Bell

    Is it normal to spend a day wading through cold water, jumping off very high rocks and wriggling through river caves?

    18 Oct 2006, 12:45

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    19 Oct 2006, 13:00

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