More photos of climbers
Travels - Queen of Trades; Travel and Photography
2020-05-12 12:56 by Sarah Denninger
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More photos of climbers

One of my favorite things about photography is the different angles, lighting, and reactions you can get while you are snapping a subject. Mostly I love getting photos of people outside climbing. It's a newer kind of photography but I still enjoy giving it a try and I think I enjoy it just as much as I enjoy snapping photos of animals. So here is the second half of the photos I got on our trip. It's not a lot but I still wanted to share them with you guys. 

I hope you all are in awe of these photos just as much as I am. I mean, it's just amazing what you can do when you work hard and believe in something like climbing. I love saying that climbing is like solving a puzzle with your body. Sometimes it comes easily and other times you have to take the time to figure out what the right movement or body position is before you can move onward and send the problem. To be honest I was just happy to get outside and enjoy the pain I felt from using the muscles I haven't used in almost two months. 




I also sell artwork and would appreciate any purchases you guys make. Slowly my art collection is dwindling and I would appreciate saying goodbye to more pieces. I'm almost out of the double digits. Not only does it help me downsize but it also helps me in these strange times. So click here to go check out my gallery. 

Thank you guys and shoutout to whoever bought my piece Home last night. It means a lot!

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