Back in 2000, photographer Vincent Laforet scaled the Empire State building, a 1250 foot journey that would make me wet my pants.
As Laforet describes his one time incredible experience, he points out that some people do this for a living...every day.
Watch below for a fascinating account of the day in the life of the fearless people who work on transmission lines and antennas on some of the worlds scariest skyscrapers.
(By the way, IF for some reason you're inspired to pursue this line of work, the creators of the video below offer tutorials on their website.)
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