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I agree, I sure would not want to be on those cliffs, I will do,doing, done on the ground. lol. Hope you are well.
Cinner - only "so-so" but thanks for asking.(and I don't even "sew" so that's something right there!)
Man, I would not want to be up there - either as a jumper, or a photographer. Amazing pictures.
did someone chopper them in? how does one get to a place like that? i get nervous in heavy traffic now so, i think my repelling days are about over. great pics anneh!
Holy crap...from any perspective it seems insane. I won't be there. I have enough of a thrill getting on my scale today.Another Monday weigh in. Scary enough for anyone.
I must say, no cliff jumping for me. I love your perspective though. Once we've arrived here, maybe the next question is where do we want to jump?
Not in a million years! My feet are firmly planted and and the ground, at sea level :-)xo
I have to say that no matter the perspective, no way would I be up there! lolHowever, I agree with your point. Perspective can make all the difference in our lives.Sorry to hear only 'so-so'. Wishing you a great week. :)
It makes me shake to watch someone else do it. Never, never, never in a million years would I be standing on that.
Just another day at the office ...
Thanks for all of your concern - just too, too, busy at work.You know, that old chestnut!
Once again great post, gosh these are awesome photos. But where? was the photographer?flying?
Thanks, ya'll!I typed in "photographer in the grand canyon" after I got the email.And the last picture came up. They were really just a few feet off the ground. Looks worse. It always does!
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