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Ca me tente... Jumping Kjeragbolten by Caterina Bernardi: Kjeragbolten is a 5 m³ boulder wedged into a crevasse at the beginning of Lysfjorden, Norway and is balanced 1000' above the fjord below. A popular destination for base jumping, there have been 20 fatalities between 1994 - 2008. This amazing, award winning image was captured as a young adventurer jumped up and down the boulder in the rain as if he was on solid ground.

from Abduzeedo

Geological Photography - Trolltunga

Hiking in Trolltunga, Norway

The steepest stairs in the world. Mt. Huashan Hiking Trail. Huashan is one of China’s five sacred mountains and one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions. Shizznit!! That rope better be quadruple hooked and checked daily and then i'd need a harness aaaand still probably not.

from National Geographic

Costa Brava Photos: Best of the World

tossa del mar

29 Photos That Show The True Meaning Of Playing With Death. These People Are Mad (PICS). (These gave me anxiety but the scenery is so beautiful!)


The power of nature: 35 amazingly unique mountain and rock formations

Breathtaking view Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a crevice Kjerag mountains Norway/NOPE NOT DOING IT!