IT was a leap of faith when a girl dressed as an eagle tried out Scotland's newest bungee jump.
Alanna Jackson, 27, was the first jumper to try the Highland Fling Bungee at the Titan Crane in Clydebank.
The new jump will officially open at the site of the former John Brown's shipyard this weekend with both days already sold out.
Alanna did her jump to raise awareness of the Loch Lomond Bird of Prey centre.
She said: "This is the third time I have jumped with Highland Fling Bungee and it has always been an amazing experience. I did two jumps in Perthshire but you could tell this one is bigger. It was incredible.
"As well as having loads of fun, I was jumping to raise awareness of the Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre and all that they do there.
"It is a fantastic centre but doesn't receive funding or grants from local authorities or government bodies so hopefully people coming to the area for bungee jumping will visit the Centre as well."
Adrenaline seekers from all over Britain are expected to flood to Glasgow for their chance to dive off the A-listed crane and fall at 50mph towards the water below.
Highland Fling Bungee has now launched its summer programme for the Titan Crane with dates pencilled in up to September.
Director John Mason-Strang said: "When we opened Britain's first permanent bridge bungee jump last year at Killiecrankie, Perthshire, we knew there was an appetite in Scotland for bungee.
"That has been proven with almost 6000 jumpers taking the plunge already, from five continents. Having this at a city site, and such an iconic one, will open up bungee jumping to the wider UK market, bringing a real spin-off for Scotland."