Hey community. Yesterday I climbed a crane and here is my story.
It was my first crane climbing ever. I didn't know what to expected or how do I will react, fear, panic... Really not the highest crane I climb (this buulding is 10 level of high I think). There is plenty higher crane and it will be my next objective. The inspiration comes from "Shanghai Tower (650 meters)" and James Kingston youtube video. I'm not a fan of high attitude, but because of the adrenaline. If I make it, I will be so proud, but if I didn't do it, I will be shameful and disappointed... Yeah... that how my mind works and it gave me courage. And now I have done it, I can make it higher next time.
It took my like 20minutes and finally at the top.
Yeah, my hands are pretty messed up.
At the top, a small photoshoot with myself. Here is a before/after picture I edit with Photoshop. Took me a while too.
- Are you losing your mind ?
- Not Today. Today We Fight.
Admire the view before going down.
Camera Kits: Nikon D3400, Lens AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR, Iphone SE
I'm pretty novice to a climbing crane. If you have any tips, please advise me. It was disagreeable and indiscreet with my Nikon D3400.