Horseshoe Bend is an unusual turn in the Colorado River near Page, Arizona and the Utah border. The river is 700 feet below; I am laying on my stomach and extending my camera out at arms length beyond the cliff's edge. Controlling my fear of heights, I literally crawled the last 15 feet on my belly to stay "gounded." I wanted that shot!
The use of an extreme wide angle lens compresses the magnitude of the subject. Look for campers' tents near the sand-bar at 7 o'clock, with a large white power boat pulled ashore. It is hard to see but, remember, we're 'on top' of a 70 story building (and I'm leaning over the edge with no railing).
Shot at moment of sunrise on an October morning.