A photographer from Australia Heather Swann (50), wearing wingsuit, flew over Antarctica’s glaciers. To do so, she became the world’s, first woman. Hedger was married to Glenn Singman in 1995. Earlier, Heather had no experience of skydiving. After 23 years of marriage, he created history by skydiving. Her husband also flew to Antarctica with the herd.
Heather and Glen jumped nearly 12,000 feet above. During the flight, their speed was about 160 kilometers per hour and the temperature minus 35 degrees Celsius.
Regarding flying flights in the blue sky and white snow, Heather says,
“The one with which I love the most, flying with him on Antartica is a big deal for me. Antarctica has always been a dream for the people. “
According to Heather, “Flying over the glacier has been a great experience. In the last 18 years, it has been my most beautiful skydiving. Very few people reach Antarctica’s internal area.
Me and Glenn have succeeded in doing so. Here’s how I feel proud. “Heather has skydirected in the last few years, including the Himalayas in Australia, the mountainous regions of Australia, and the Grand Canyon of America.
Heather wore a wingsuit and also wants to fly on Mount Everest.