Wednesday, September 12, 2007

H is for High Places on ABC Wednesday

The top photo was a ride taken at a fair. The passengers would free fall for several seconds probably like from a height of a 12 story building. I rode something similar at an amusement park and it was the longest 5 seconds of my life.

The second photo was taken looking up inside a hotel. It was fun taking those windowed elevators. You can feel your ears pop going to the top floors, but don't look down.

For more information about ABC Wednesday photos, go to the BlogCatalog discussion.

- AV


Jean M Fogle said...

those are great pics! I really like the hotel one.
In my salty dogs blog they were
hugh hot tongue hanging out
hitching a hind leg
howdy to the husky
Mollitudes were
Howling hound
happy hiatus from home!
thanks for the comment!

mrsnesbitt said...


I do not have a head for hieghts! Even the first rung of the ladders scares me! LOL!


Hin Man said...

Great shot. I love both of the shots. The 2nd one is a mysterious place had I not read your blog post. Thank you for sharing the wonderful photos.

Digital Flower Pictures said...

AV, that second shot is fabulous.
*two thumbs up*

Neva said...

wow....great "H" picture!

david mcmahon said...

G'day from Australia,

Followed your link from Digital Flower Pictures. I also take part in the ABC Wednesday posts and have a bit of fun with them.

Love your second shot here. That's one stunning image.



AVCr8teur said...

Jean, thanks for the answers. I always look forward to Wednesdays and guess what your dogs are feeling.

AVCr8teur said...

Denise, I don't like heights either. Just look at the horizon.

AVCr8teur said...

Hin Man/Digital Flower/Neva/David,
Thanks for your compliments. It really means a lot coming from good photogs such as yourselves. I can't wait to see your "I" pictures next week.

Mike said...

I've been on a similar ride...... Never ever again.

I love the second shot.

Ali said...

Wow, two fantastic shots for this weeks entry. The second is my favourite, it's stunning.

david mcmahon said...

Delighted to see you want to be a showbiz photographer and that your work has been published as well.

Keep a record of it in a full-size portfolio.

And try and get a foot in, with showbiz magazines and newspapers.

It will happen, if you want it to. Trust me.

AVCr8teur said...

Mike/Ali, I appreciate your compliments. By the way, I rarely ride rollercoasters anymore. ;P

AVCr8teur said...

Hi David, Thanks for the tip. :)

Dana a/k/a Sunshine said...

I especially love the second picture! Really, realy cool. You should enter that in a contest...