Going For A Dip
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Photographer Ted Endo
MAR 24th 2015
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Going For A Dip

"We used to take black bin-liner bags with us," says English climbing legend Frank Cannings "So we could go for a swim and keep all of our gear dry." He never imagined climbers would be toting try bags and jumping into the water on purpose some forty years later. 

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