Category Archives: Climbing

Rock climbing in Thailand and other pretty things

After the wedding we spent a week in Krabi which was paradise.  Riding the boats in, I thought, this is the most beautiful place I have ever been.  Granted, I am obsessed with cliffs and climbing so to me, it was unlike anything I had ever seen.  Most of the pictures are centered around cliffs […]

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Climbing in the Red River Gorge

If you follow this blog, this is nothing new…more climbing with friends in KY at one of my favorite places…but I can’t get enough so I figured I would share, what the heck!  Plus this one has baby pics! Mandy and Kadile working the 5.10 wall at Roadside Aaron working Wild Gift 5.12c with an […]

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Amanda Byron - April 27, 2010 - 2:56 pm

Awesome photos! I didn’t even know you were taking half of those!

Red Rocks 2010

As some of you know, I love rock climbing and I try to go to Red Rocks, NV every year in the spring to kick off climbing season. This year was an amazing trip yet different than the rest. First off, I had Ayla with so taking pictures and climbing came in second to chasing […]

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SaraY - March 19, 2010 - 8:33 pm

oh my gosh! love the pics! i wish steve and i were totally there! guess we have to plan for a trip to j-tree or bishop for next year =)

Climbing in Kentucky

We couldn’t have asked for better weather for a much needed break to KY for climbing with our very best friends! Ayla’s second climbing trip and she got to meet her friend Cooper, the son of our great climbing friends Mandy and Frank…they are going to be great climbing buds Everyone be sure to enjoy […]

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Steve Y - November 24, 2009 - 2:03 am

Great moments captured!

Climbing Portfolio Done!

I can’t believe how nice it is going to be today and tomorrow and I so wish I could be out climbing but this will do instead…. One of my projects this winter was to get my personal site, http://kristinacarter.com updated and all my climbing photos in one place. Now I have a climbing portfolio […]

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