Cape Pillar, Tasmania – Valentin Rapp, 24 years old, takes his life in his hands as he balances his way on a line 400m above the crashing waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Rapp, a German national, is a thrill seeker, a photographer and also a film maker.
“I started high lining before I became a professional photographer and usually I walk all the high lines I take photos of.”
“It is always very exciting for me because I know exactly what they are feeling in the moment of being on the line.”
“That also helps me to take the perfect photo. I always know what their next step will be,” he reportedly said on Story Trender.
He traveled to Cape Pillar, Tasmania, Australia and spent three weeks to explore the massive sea cliffs around the magnificent island.
The area of Cape Pillar is part of Tasman Peninsula’s colossal coastline and is located on the aptly named Desolation Island. The two cliffs, rising over 400 metres high, are separated by the Pacific Ocean and many visitors have reported whale sightings.
To watch Rapp’s video, click here!