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Climber tapes first-person view of tight-roping 105 feet above ground

Tight-ropers at the circus amaze everyone in the crowd by their balance and willingness to risk injury. One climber wanted to give his audience a first-person experience of what that is like…only a little bit higher.

Ryan Paul Robinson started on top of a 105-foot tall formation in Fortescue Bay, which is on the south coast of Australia, before tight-roping his way over rocks and water.

About halfway through the walk, viewers should get a few goosebumps as Robinson nearly loses his balance on the slackline, becoming very close to falling 105 feet to the earth.

As you can imagine, Robinson lets out a celebratory cheer when he makes it to the other side safely.

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