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Central Grampians guide - photo submissions wanted
7:01:29 PM
The Comprehensive Guide to the Central Grampians (vol 1) is now in final stages. I'm seeking additional shots of climbers on routes covered by the guide, which includes:

Bullaces Buttress, Chataqua Peak
The Watchtower and some of the minor crags north of there.
Anything on the Pomonal side: Boroka Buttress, Fyans View Wall, The Sun Deck, Wallaroo Rocks, Birdswing Cliff, Crazed Rock, Dazed Rock, Blazed Rock
Arch Wall, Fallen Slab Wall, Jacks Rest, The Grand Old Man
Mackey's Peak area: Socropophiliac Buttress, Sunnyside, Mackeys Peak, Mt Pip, The Tower Of Paine, Blockbuster Buttress, Wildflower Wall, Crock Wall, Point Sunshine, The Goon (Lower Cliff), The Goon (Upper Cliff), Signal Peak, Frenchmans Beret
The Elephants Hide, Wild Geese Wall
The Grand Canyon, The Underworld, Echo Cave Area, Wall Of China/Taiwan, Garden of the Grampians, Shock Rock
Bellfield Peak, Lobotomy Wall, Neurology Wall, Fallen Giant Area, Beanstalk Wall, The Pinnacle/ Sign Cemetery, Rammed Wall, Weathered Wall, Relph Rock
Wurzlegummage Walls, Smaller Walls, Lake View Wall, Lookout Point Wall
Devil’s Peak, Astro Wall, The Workshop, The Observatory, Sundial Peak, Old Wave Wall
The Guardians, Pump Rock, The Gods, The Grandstand
Anything on the eastern side of Fyan’s Creek from Delley’s Bridge to Little Joe Hill.
Mt Rosea (all sectors)

Yes and I'm sure a number of you are probably thinking .. where the f& are all those? Well, you'll soon find out.
I'm hoping for some shots from the bigger and less-frequented cliffs, such as The Sundial, but good shots of the smaller crags are welcome.
Good quality digital preferred. If you have slides, particularly with historic interest, I have a high-quality slide scanner, so drop me a line.

Via email, see profile.
regards & thanks (in advance)

7:50:16 PM
Socropophiliac Buttress ???

I've always wondered where that name came from. I doubt that there is any connection with coprophilia but if you do a bit of looking, you might find that scopophilia is more than likely the correct spelling, considering it closeness to pools along the creek.

I'll have a look and see what photos I have, they will dfinitely be of the historical kind, and I will edit out the bum shots.
8:55:06 PM
On 10-Jul-2018 BA wrote:
>Socropophiliac Buttress ???

I do recall checking it at one point, although it's possible there were two spellings in the source material.
I think Scopophiliac sounds better.
BTW, took your recommendation of Ayesha, agree it deserves 2 stars. Access and descent have been sorted out.

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