Rather than sit around the table with friends and family and tuck into a turkey this Thanksgiving, these base jumpers and highliners decided to opt for something a little more thrilling by constructing a large hammock suspended 400 feet above the Moab desert in Utah. The hammock was only there for one day, but it offered a little bit of fun for everyone.
Base jumpers could jump through the hole in the middle whilst wingsuit pilots dropped by from up high. The creative behind this complex hammock named The Mothership was Andy Lewis. The hammock took a team of 50 people three days to construct. These photographs taken by Brian Mosbaugh capture some of their daredevil antics.