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Australian Climbing Calendar 2006
Onsight
19/10/2005
1:25:58 AM
This is a very big shout out of thanks to Chockstone’s very own Josh Caple and Neil Monteith as well as all the other photographers – and climbers – who contributed and made it possible for us to start up the Australian Climbing Calendar again for 2006.

Just to quickly let people know what’s going on… this year we decided to publish two calendars for 2006. We still produced the World Climbing Calendar as normal for overseas markets but also started up a specific Australian calendar again with photographs contributed by eight different photographers — Josh and Neil amongst them. The support of these photographers has enabled us to present a diversity of climbing and Australian locations. So thanks heaps fellas!

I’d also like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to everyone who has supported the calendar in it’s various permiatations in the past. If you buy it, you’re supporting it. This support has enabled us to consider restarting the Oz calendar – something I’d always wanted to do. So thanks indeed everyone for that.

The calendars should have made it safely into most of the usual outlets by now thanks to Josh’s packaging expertise. More info here: http://www.onsight.com.au/publications/calendar06a/index.htm
Can also be ordered from here:
http://www.auzzie.biz/%7Eonsight/catalog/
And I’ll add World calendar info there too in a few days.

Cheers everyone.

nmonteith
19/10/2005
8:47:22 AM
The rest of the photos look AMAZING. Thanks for the opportunity Simon!

sjm
19/10/2005
8:56:59 AM
On 19/10/2005 Onsight wrote:

>by now thanks to Josh’s packaging expertise. More info here: http://www.onsight.com.au/pub
>ications/calendar06a/index.htm
>Can also be ordered from here:
>http://www.auzzie.biz/%7Eonsight/catalog/

Oooppsss..
The alt tags that are displayed when you hover the mouse over the photo still show the descriptions for the 2005 calendar... Makes for a fun guessing game though.

:)

rodw
19/10/2005
9:45:53 AM
Guess a know whats going to be in my Xmas stocking this year...nice work lads.

Phil Box
19/10/2005
10:54:46 AM
On 19/10/2005 sjm wrote:
>Oooppsss..
>The alt tags that are displayed when you hover the mouse over the photo
>still show the descriptions for the 2005 calendar... Makes for a fun guessing
>game though.
>
>:)
>

I wondered when Yosemite happened to get an ocean front view.

Edit to say that this is a great initiative from you Simon, kudos to you mate.
Onsight
19/10/2005
11:47:29 AM
On 19/10/2005 sjm wrote:
>The alt tags that are displayed when you hover the mouse over the photo
>still show the descriptions for the 2005 calendar... Makes for a fun guessing
>game though.

Whooops! Yeah, they are left over from last years template. Will fix them shortly.

shiltz
19/10/2005
12:02:30 PM
I guess that this must fall on the "not quite SPAM" side of the fuzzy area...
armyiain
19/10/2005
12:14:17 PM
Yeah hehehe. Now that Howard's new 'anti free speech' laws are being enforced on chockstone.....(its a joke Neil!)

Richard
19/10/2005
1:38:33 PM
>On 19/10/2005 sjm wrote:
>>The alt tags that are displayed when you hover the mouse over the photo
>>still show the descriptions for the 2005 calendar... Makes for a fun
>guessing game though.

Well, to start the game here are my guesses. Area, climb, pitch, climber, photographer. Should keep us occupied most of the arvo:

1 ? where do you get granite and a lake - Tassie??
2 Tiapan wall - what's her name, Stepanie Forrester ?
3 Malcolm Matheson, Infirmity (23), The Great Wall, Moonarie
4 Araps -
5 The gallery ?
6 Space Odyssey (pitch two, 27), The Lost World, Grampians
7 Point Perp
8
9 Buffalo - Ozy, about pitch two !!
10
11
12 Sydney sea cliffs?

Have fun!!


Hawkman
19/10/2005
1:44:06 PM
1 ? where do you get granite and a lake - Tassie??
2 Monique Forrester - Aliens Domain - bowens creek?
3 Malcolm Matheson, Infirmity (23), The Great Wall, Moonarie
4 Star Factory - coles bay?
5 The gallery ?
6 Space Odyssey (pitch two, 27), The Lost World, Grampians
7 Point Perp
8 Kalbarri
9 Buffalo - Ozy, about pitch two !!
10 Hollow Mountain cave?
11
12 Daddy Cool Crack 28- Eagle Rock - Jason Piper
Onsight
19/10/2005
1:52:32 PM
Good work Richard and Steve.

Think conglomerate (300+ metres at that) for #1.

nmonteith
19/10/2005
2:02:55 PM
1 Lakeside Wall Tasmania. Climber Adam Donague.
2 Monique Forrester - Aliens Domain - bowens creek?
3 Malcolm Matheson, Infirmity (23), The Great Wall, Moonarie
4 Star Factory ?
5 Jacqui Middleton - Koala Eucolyptus (29)
6 Space Odyssey (pitch two, 27), The Lost World, Grampians
7 Point Perp
8 Kalbarri
9 Buffalo - Ozy, about pitch two !!
10 Hollow Mountain cave?
11
12 Daddy Cool Crack 28- Eagle Rock - Jason Piper
grubb
19/10/2005
2:04:15 PM
1. Scott Camps, The Healer, Lakeside, Tas

cruze
19/10/2005
2:06:27 PM
I could only add that I think the Point Perp one is at Popeye wall, that no 11 could be at the Gonk on Freycinet and that all of them look great.

nmonteith
19/10/2005
2:11:06 PM
#4 - Gary Phillips - Star Factory?
#10 - Dai Kadimoda - Wheel Of Life - Hollow Mtn Cave?
#11 - looks like Tasman Penisula - maybe something on the Moai or nearby cliffs?
Onsight
19/10/2005
2:39:19 PM
You guys are getting very warm now. Soon all you'll have left to do is spell Monique's surname correctly.

>#11 - looks like Tasman Penisula - maybe something on the Moai or nearby cliffs?
Yes. But climber, route and grade please...

(snigger).

mousey
19/10/2005
3:38:17 PM
am I allowed to try and guess?? awww puleez?

Rich
20/10/2005
12:17:11 AM
On 19/10/2005 Onsight wrote:

>The calendars should have made it safely into most of the usual outlets
>by now

yep came in today to a certain lil st in town.. looks great simon!
James
20/10/2005
11:25:45 PM
On 19/10/2005 Onsight wrote:
>>#11 - looks like Tasman Penisula - maybe something on the Moai or nearby
>cliffs?
>Yes. But climber, route and grade please...

#8 is Pat Turner's crazy hard trad thing at Kalbarri?

#11 Steve Monks... 22...?




gordoste
21/10/2005
8:54:38 AM
On 19/10/2005 nmonteith wrote:
>#10 - Dai Kadimoda - Wheel Of Life - Hollow Mtn Cave?

Dai Koyamada

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