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The Photo Annual 2016 (Part 2): 10 More Incredible Climbing Photos

Thomas Schermer climbs an old WWII bunker that slid off the eroding cliff above and landed upright in the beach. Only accessible at low tide, the crumbling, weathered concrete has poor protection, but Schermer couldn’t resist a self-portrait on the absurd block. Photo: Thomas SchermerSean... Continue reading
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