By John Balson @JJBalson
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Videographer / Director: Josh Daiek
Producer: John Balson
Editor: Joshua Douglas
Josh Daiek, 32, was driving through Texas with friends when they spotted the metal tower from the road.
The professional skier - who has completed more than 150 base jumps - couldn't resist the opportunity to pull over and get another one under his belt.
Josh, from South Lake Tahoe, California, said: "I had never been to this antenna and it was my first time climbing and jumping from one.
"It was a long climb up in the hot sun and gearing up at the top was nerve-racking to say the least.
"I was a little delirious due to lack of sleep because we had been up all night jumping elsewhere and we'd jumped out of a hot air balloon just hours before arriving at the antenna.
"I was excited to jump, but as I counted down to zero it took an extra couple seconds to force myself over.
"It's a weird thing fighting against all your instincts.
"But when it happened all nerves, fears and doubt dissipated. At that point it was pure focus and truly living in the moment."
For more information about Josh and his extreme sports career facebook.com/joshuadaiek or joshdaiek.com