I consider myself a very coordinated person. I've been athletic all my life and never had a fear of heights. In my head, creating the image seemed easy-peazy.
But it finally dawned on me as I was buckling up my vintage roller-skates 8' from the edge of the 1000' cliff that this is probably not a great idea. A little too high risk...
But that adrenaline started pumping. I was set to go and I still believed I could do this just fine. Afterall, I was only moving a few small feet away. And there was still a good 4' from the edge.
I carefully stood up and slowly roll over to my spot. I moved my hands and body around a bit, adrenaline pumping through my body. After a couple of takes, I slipped the roller-skates off, and started breathing again very ware of all the onlookers.
I was extremely cautious and didn't do anything flippant. But that was not my best idea!
I know what you might be thinking.....yes, I will head the inner voice next time! (Especially as I read stories about instagrammers falling to their death trying to take dangerous pictures.) Something are just not worth it!!