over the top of vienna

Author UrbanPictures - Last updated: 21.06.2012

Good Evening/Good Morning,

Last night I explored my first crane…and I can say, this was the most exciting explore ever!

The crane was today, up in the yard of an old trading house.

I knew that in the yard nobody can see you, if you climb on the top of the crane…

But if you stand on the bottom and look up – I can’t explain what I felt in this moment – try it out!

:lol:

So, I started to climb to the top, every noise in the yard I heard shocked me – so I needed 15 minutes to climb the top. My heart bumped so loud and fast when I got stand up on the rowlock – the view was so amazing. I took a lot of pictures and spent over 30 minutes on the crane…

The descent was fast, back on the bottom I saw a sign with the stats of the crane – over 200 feets (70m) high…

In the next days i´ll upload all the pictures on flickr, here are the first ones:

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nocturnal rainbow von UrbanPictures auf Flickr

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Night Sun von UrbanPictures auf Flickr

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counterweights von UrbanPictures auf Flickr

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Ladder to the heaven von UrbanPictures auf Flickr

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Soft Focus – iron edition von UrbanPictures auf Flickr

1 comment

#1LuigiJune 22, 2012, 2:21 pm

These are not very good. Too dark, bad framing and focus :-\

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