High is all a matter of perspective.
The Shaw River in Australia’s mainly desert Pilbara region was a little high after a cyclone had passed through.
The bricklayer who added the final bricks on this brick kiln chimney was pretty high up.
Torn between two cultures, this Martu tribesman from the Great Sandy Desert was high up on one of the landmark hills of his ancestors as he looked across his “country”; the land to which he belongs.
But for really, really high, I guess you have to look at something like this.