Looking down from on high. Warning,this pictures will produce vertigo.
Looking down from the top of the 2,684 ft Burj Dubai tower
Looking down from the tallest abandoned Russian structure. It’s a shorter than Empire State Building, but not too much. link
Looking down from the top of Eiffel Tower Observation Deck. The Tower measures 320 m
The Skydeck of Chicago’s Willis Tower, formerly the Sears Tower, has added four glass-bottomed balconies, nicknamed The Ledge, which let tourists peer down from the 103rd floor to neighboring rooftops and streets.link
Tokyo Tower, Tokyo, Japan. It has been the world's tallest self-supporting steel tower. link
Looking down inside the Jinmao Tower, Shangai. The floors below are the Grand Hyatt hotel, occupying the 53rd to 87th floors. The lobby is visible at the bottom. link
Looking Down on the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin County, California.link
Empire State building mast
Calgary can be literally “at your feet” from the glass floor of the Calgary Tower observation deck.link
From the the top of the steps of a Mayan pyramid Chichen Itza
An empty ski jump with no snow.
Looking down from a mast in Antarctica.
This is Colossus, the huge wooden double track coaster at Magic Mountain near Los Angeles.link