Walking on air (with Hanan Levin)
High on life
A parachuter is taking one giant step
, on an invisible current of air
glass floor is transparent section of a floor in a building or a boat.
Usually made of a reinforced glass, the most common use is as a tourist
attraction. The highest above ground level is in the CN Tower in
Toronto. The highest glass floor in a building in Europe is in the Spinnaker Tower
. The highest in Oceania is in the observation deck of Sky Tower
in AucklandDesign and construction of Spinnaker Tower
(From Apothecary's Drawer
Here's a snapshot of "Sarah and Debbie standing on glass plates in the Auckland Sky Tower
about 700 feet up in the air. This was just a few moments before lightning struck the tower." I'd say this counts as "walking on air
One attraction of the Macau Tower is the "skywalk
," which can be quite scary in cases of strong winds
The making of the Grand Canyon glass bridge
These lone Converse shoes
hanging on a power line are walking on air. These occupied shoes are walking even higherKing Crimson
Back in 1934, Popular Mechanics featured newfangled boots
with built-in rubber bladders, promising the sensation of "walking on air"
These guys in the treetops
may be secured by ropes, but they're certainly walking on air
walking on air
Is this Washington Post photo
an optical illusion or a Photoshop job?
Of course, the masters of walking on air are caterpillars
This is a post that I am “co-blogging” with Hanan Levin of Grow-a-Brain. Thank you, Hanan, for the links you suggested!