"Little Italy," an area at Mount Woodson recently developed by Enrico Baistrocchi et al., boasts a strikingly featured overhanging face accessible by way of a discrete scramble up steep slopes through loose soil and yucca.
The problem shown in the photo above, Italian Arrogance (V10), is the first and most obvious line climbed on the boulder, which saw a first ascent by Enrico a month ago. A left variation (Ancora Vivo, pictured below) on the same boulder goes at V12, with a dynamic move from a left-hand undercling and right-hand crimp to a sloped rail with the left hand. This variation was put up by Enrico even more recently. The boulder features two ~V7's, a V2, V1, and V0 on both the main boulder and on adjacent slab walls (see photos below). The current project underway is a linkup of the V6 on the far right (facing the overhanging section) into the V10 (Italian Arrogance) finishing into the V12 (Ancora Vivo) topout on the left side of the boulder.
Included lastly are photos of Enrico on Baby Robbins (5.9) and Full Circle (V11).
Interview with Enrico here