Photo of the Week | April 15-19

Senior in mathematics Jason Massey climbs a popular route at the Three Bears Gulley at Pilot Mountain State Park near Pinnacle, N.C. "Climbing's a great way to get out of the big city and relieve a good amount of stress," Massey said. "You don't think about anything but your next move. It's also a good excuse to go to some really cool spots that most people don't even know exist."

Senior in mathematics Jason Massey climbs a popular route at the Three Bears Gulley at Pilot Mountain State Park near Pinnacle, N.C. “Climbing’s a great way to get out of the big city and relieve a good amount of stress,” Massey said. “You don’t think about anything but your next move. It’s also a good excuse to go to some really cool spots that most people don’t even know exist.”

 

Agromeck photo editor Katherine Hoke said:

Greg Wilson’s photo is a great example of what a feature photo should look like. He captured different, visually striking and relevant student activity in a creative way. Not only did Greg go off campus to get this shot, but he suspended himself in the air above and behind the subject. This allowed him to include both the climber and the belayer in the frame. This gives the viewer a perspective that even those who were rock climbing with Massey would not have seen. The photo is relevant because of the caption. In the most stressful time of the semester, rock climbing is how Massey finds peace.

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