APR 10, 2015 08:31 PM PDT

Birds-eye view of eagle's flight from world's tallest building

WRITTEN BY: Will Hector

In the beginning, there was an eagle on top of the world. With a camera strapped to its back and a gentle release, the eagle swooped down from the tallest point on the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, and in minutes landed on the hand of its falconer, on the ground.
About the Author
  • Will Hector practices psychotherapy at Heart in Balance Counseling Center in Oakland, California. He has substantial training in Attachment Theory, Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Psycho-Physical Therapy, and Formative Psychology. To learn more about his practice, click here: http://www.heartinbalancetherapy.com/will-hector.html
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