Photo Uploaded: Nov 24 2010 15:24:48 GMT Taken: 2010:10:10 15:19:12 Manufacturer: Canon Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T2i Aperture: F11 Shutter: 1/25 sec ISO: 100 Flash: No (Turned off)
These 5 photo's were shot straight down while standing on the glass floor.
TEST YOUR NERVE ON THE GLASS FLOOR !
With a view 1,122' (342 meters) straight down, even those not afraid of heights might need a little help. Think you can handle it? Wait till you get here and see if you feel the same way.
It took me awhile to get on the glass floor, and I admit that I was sweating bullets prior to getting on.
The Glass Floor has been specifically designed to have fun
on it, so you can walk or crawl across it, sit on it or even jump on it.
The floor is 256 square feet of solid glass that is five times stronger
than the required weight bearing standard for commercial floors. It can
actually withstand the weight of 14 large hippos.
The CN Tower at 553.33 meters (1,815 ft., 5 inches) was once the tallest building, tower, and freestanding structure, but as of 2010 retains the title of world's tallest tower.
Travelling at high speed in one of the glass-faced elevators, we have reached the first observation deck in 58 seconds and find ourself at a height of 346m (1,136 feet). This look-out level offers breathtaking views and is a great place to shoot some photo's.