This weeks Weekly Photo Challenge is all about signs. Please take a moment to check out Cheri Lucas Rowlands banner page on her Signs post. I personally love that banner, awesome!
The following snap shots were taken while visiting Macau, China. I was not planning to use them for anything other than cutouts for a scrapbook collage; but, I find it appropriate to use them for this weeks weekly photo challenge.
My fear of being up so high and getting too close to the window kept me from focusing on what I was doing and almost every snap I took was with the iPhone 4s. I was too nervous to take out my camera.
This was the registration desk and I loved the sign that was displayed. I think it’s inspiring!
I so wish I would have been a bit more comfortable to be at the top of the tower.
A note to my husband to let him know we missed him. While the girls and I took a holiday away he stayed behind and had to work.
Our beautiful dare-devil and youngest daughter Mari decided she wanted to do something extreme while taking a small vacation to Macau. Available in Macau is the worlds highest bungy jump created and developed by AJ Hackett. Read the amazing facts of this jump here.
Bungy jumping from a height of 233 meters (764 feet) and speed of up to 200 km/h is pretty darn extreme if you ask me. Our daughter, Mari, loved the jump as can be seen in the video below and is now talking to Mike about a free fall jump. Yikes! By the way this video was taken with a Go Pro camera. I think we added an addition to our collection…hmm
Last night after returning from a late dinner we all sat and watched the video. Mari was radiating with excitement and a little pride for doing something that was on her bucket list. It’s hard to believe that she’s only 14.
Have you ever bungy jumped? Do you have children who love extreme sports and how does it make you feel?
This young man was responsible for harnessing my daughter. Poor guy must have thought I was a nut job. I kept telling him to double check everything. Ha!
She’s next in line for the jump. Still smiling. I was starting to panic thinking oh no she’s not changing her mind like I thought. Ugh…
Getting her leg’s strapped correctly. The guys that worked on her were extremely nice and helped calm her nerves. Maybe it was my nerves. Not sure; but, they were great!
The Jump! My chest tightened a bit and yes I did shed a tear. That’s my little girl after all. This jump was made during the day and would like to make the hump at night as well.