Angel's Landing ...

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  1. davev

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    in Zion National Park, USA.

    A large group of us went to the park in 06, and a few of us made the hike up there.
    It was a little tougher than I though it would be, or maybe I'm just getting old.

    A few shots from the hike.

    Over all view. (about 1000 feet tall)
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    Others before me.
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    There is some help along the way.
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    Made it.
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    Taking a peak.
    (the right foot is there, I couldn't get myself to hang 10)
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    Thanks for looking.
     
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    that last one gives me the willies, and i'm not normally afraid of heights!
     
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    Now I really want to know what it looked like over the cliff that LarryD took a picture of..:(.

    Cool shot.
     
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    I like the colour of the rocks in your pics but looking at them scares the crap out of me and i think you're nuts.. lol
     
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    LarryD's post is the some of why I put these up.;)
    I wanted to get a look over that edge also.

    I work construction, I walk beams, there was little or no wind when I was up there. Risk of falling was minimal.

    That all said, I couldn't bring myself to put both of my feet that close to the edge.
    Fear, or common sense? Maybe a little of both.
     
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    Everytime I look at that last shot I feel like your about to fall.
     

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