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Oh god! No way in hell you'd get me out onto that ridge!
Just how "fleet of foot" did you have to be to get out there? Tell me you had a remote for the camera and were not racing against a timer!
1ajs: That urban decay shot is awesome!
No remote and no timer.... I setup the shot and there was some random hiker up there I had them hit the shoot button... But if they weren't up there I was about to use the timer. It only took be about 1min to get out to the ridge. It was 3ft wide at one point but majority 5-8ft.
Here is another good shot of my friend that shows a bit worse exposure.
heres another in a building thats been vacant for 10rs this yr
some nice view off those mountains though they don't compare to the views off el diablo highway in mexico durengo - mazitlan highway 40. your 12000-14000 feet up watching the sun rise as u go around the windy highway aww man wish i had pics of that to share