Warning: If you’re afraid of heights, you probably aren’t going to want to watch this.
But you can also take heart from the fact that the person who braved this feat also claims to have a fear of heights.
Janaye Johnson, a freelance photographer who works with the Minnesota Vikings, climbed right up to the catwalk of the team’s US Bank Stadium to deliver a 360-degree view from the venue’s apex while the Vikings played the New York Giants in the wild-card round earlier this month.
You could check it out right below.
Janaye claims to be afraid of heights, yet the idea was all hers. She told Storyful she thought it would be cool to shoot the game from above after seeing overhead photos from the photographers working with the Atlanta Falcons (H/T Yahoo Sports). What’s more, it was her second time.
“I thought it would be cool to shoot from above, even though I’m terrified of heights, after seeing some overhead photos from the photographers with the Atlanta Falcons,” she said.
Fortunately for Janaye, the Vikings lost the game and won’t be in action until next season. So she won’t have to get up there again anytime soonWANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.