Life is a beautiful adventure. Fill your life with experiences. I remember on this morning in #brookingsoregon , hiking through the mossy green forest to get to this beach. It was chilly, slightly windy just as I expected the Pacific Northwest to be. When we got to this beach, I was amazed at the beauty. It was breathtaking. #oregoncoast
Sometimes we like to be #liked and don't realise that(despite being nice) there is always a percentage of people who will not like you regardless, I/we have to focus on bringing value and positive energy to those who support us and care for us, the ones who don't shouldn't be in your mind more than 5 seconds🙋😎
'If you learn from defeat, you haven't really lost.' - Zig Ziglar.
In the spring of 2012, the planning of the Hängebrücke Ehrenberg was made after the building permit was granted. The goal was the construction of the world's longest rope-hanging bridge, with a length of about 406 metres. The idea came from Maximilian Huttenloher (1952-2009) and was built under architect Armin Walch, who was also involved in the planning of the Hängebrücke Holzgau.
At the beginning of 2013, an investor was found for the project. The market township of Reutte, the European Burmese Museum Ehrenberg and the TVB Nature Park Region of Reutte signed the contract as the basis for the construction and operation of the Hängebrücke.
Start of construction for the highline179 was in April 2014, and at the beginning of May the groundbreaking started. To protect the trunk road to be crossed, a protective scaffold with switchboards was installed over a length of 20 metres.
On October 29, 2014, the bridge was closed nine days after the last cable pull.
The opening was scheduled for October 10, 2014 and was postponed to November 22, 2014 as a result of delays.
After a thorough examination, the highline179 was included in the Guinness Book of Records as the "longest pedestrian bridge in the Tibet style". The Guinness World Records Certificate confirmed "The longest Tibet-style footbridge is a catenary-shaped walkway" which brought the distinction to the now opened, approximately 440 metres long bridge in the Skypark of Sochi, which is constructed differently with fixed walkways suspended under a tension belt.
Did you ever walk on a Tibet-style footbridge?
Quem acompanhou os meus Stories do final de semana viu que fui desafiado à fotografar uma cidade surpresa durante 24h! Viajei para Curitiba a convite da @aviancabrasil para completar essa prova e agora lá nos Stories da Avianca tá rolando uma votação para decidir qual será o destino que vai ser matéria de Outubro da revista a bordo.
Votem SIM na minha foto.
Muitíssimo obrigado @aviancabrasil por essa experiência!