Photographer hunting photos on the cliff

Simon Carter is a photographer recognized for his exceptional mountaineering skills.

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Simon Carter (Canberra, Australia) started his passion for photography and mountain climbing as a teenager. For the past 38 years, he has been photographing mountain climbs with numerous challenges and physical requirements to be able to take a single shot in difficult conditions. In the photo, Simon Carter is hanging for taking photo in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia.

He was once honored by Men's Journal (USA) as one of the world's most adventurous and darest photographers. The editor of Rock and Ice magazine (USA) described Simon as "the greatest mountain photographer of all time". In the photo, Simon Carter recorded the scene of Monique Forestier clinging to a 10-meter-high stalactite block at Kim Quy cave, Ha Long Bay.
The mountain photographer hung the Nikon D3S on an iron pole reaching out about 8m from the cliff to get this view. Brittany Griffith climbing Devil's Tower in Wyoming, USA. This place is the pride of Americans, and is the destination of adventurers, passionate about climbing. This mountain has a giant monolithic stone structure in the form of vertical columns, about 264 m high.
Photographer captured the moment of athlete Tony Barron clings to the trench between two cliffs to climb high at Atridae point, in Mount Arapiles, Australia.
The climbing photographer has traveled extensively to capture and compile photos of the world's best climbing sites. At the same time, he is also the author of 4 published books on climbing such as Rock Climbing in Australia, World Climbing: Rock Odyssey... In the picture, photographer John Smoothy is conquering the steep cliffs at Charlie climbing station.
In the picture, climber Simon Montmory conquers "Eye of the Storm", the dome of Crystal Cave on Telendos Island through the lens of Simon Carter.
Climber Lee Cossey conquered the 55-meter-high Taipan Wall in the Grampians Mountains, Australia with his bare hands.

Two female athletes Ashlee Hendy and Elizabeth Chong were captured by the photographer at the climbing point of Clean Cuts, Australia.
Simon Mentz (above) and 2 other athletes in the process of conquering the 65 m high stone column at Cape Hauy, Australia.

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