My entry for the Look Up, Look Down Challenge comes from the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees in Guangzhou, China. On our last trip there, the kids and I attempted to climb the pagoda.
About two-thirds the way up we discovered that the pagoda swayed with the breeze. To the full-time residents of the temple that probably meant very little, but I got very uncomfortable as the floor beneath me rocked back and forth. My data may be a bit off, but I estimated we moved back and forth at a speed faster than I want to travel in a two hundred year old wooden pagoda built with no nails that high off the ground.
However, I did manage to get a picture of the worship area beneath the pagoda and a shot of the pagoda itself! The seasickness subsided fairly quickly after returning to earth.