You should try shooting Road Rally photos while strapped onto the end of the
seat, hanging out the side of a Bell 47.<:-))
> You gotta do what it takes to get the job done.
> What he needs is a longer piece of angle iron go he doesn't have to
> I had to build a walk platform to access a commercial antenna once.
> Fortunately the antenna was mounted about six feet out on a rest platform
> a ss, four legged, old AT&T tower.
> A few 2x4's and a 12" wide piece of plywood and I was in business. Just
> C-clamped it to the floor of the platform and walked the plank.
> It was only about 130 feet up. Anything over about 180' feet and I would
> have had reservations about my methods.
Much over 30 feet and height makes little difference.
Roger Halstead (K8RI and ARRL 40 year Life Member)
N833R - World's oldest Debonair CD-2
> Dwayne, KG4ADM
> Look at that second image. If that doesn't give you pucker-power; nothing
> will! Talk about walking out on a limb....
> But; some times "Ya' gotta duz what ya' gotta duz".
> Mike, K5UO
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