Monday, April 19, 2010

On the Edge

While walking through the park over the weekend, I noticed a photographer above me standing on the edge. He made me nervous because it is a long way down.
This photograph is taken at 200mm.


Here is what I actually saw from down below.
I wonder if he could see us ants.


- Karen

14 comments:

EastCoastLife said...

I would feel dizzy at such heights! How did he get up there? Climb? *faints*

AVCr8teur said...

EastCoastLife: There is a hiking trail that goes up there. I decided to go the low road, much safer and easier!

Solo said...

Goodness! That was so high.

Solo
Travel and Living
Job Hunter

Life Ramblings said...

wow, it must be a long way up. :)

Beth said...

I wonder if he has a picture of you taking a picture of him :-)

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

I was thinking just the same as Beth

RoseBelle said...

Wow, I would never dared to stand up high on a mountain looking down. I'm afraid of heights. Did the person take a picture of you too?

AVCr8teur said...

Beth/Gerald/RoseBelle: I was wondering the same thing, but I guess I'll never know. And, he doesn't know if I have a picture of him either.

One thing I know for sure is I would never swap places with him!

Ruby's Raiser said...

Whew, seriously? I'm getting a little woozy just looking at him. I like your idea better -- point the camera up rather than down!

Ratty said...

I think I would like to be up where that photographer was. I bet he had an excellent view.

jam said...

Given time, I would like to go into the nature as well.

lina said...

I got vertigo just looking at the second photo.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

While he must have had an excellent view, I would not have been standing so close to the edge. what if a big wind came up? Scary.

dot said...

I would be crawling at that height. I guess it doesn't bother some (like him)