Or am I?
More images of death-defying, breath-stealing endeavors of possibly crazy people–or crazy viewers. As I’ve said before:
When I see these photos, I don’t see beautiful nature or glorious view–all I can think of is “Are these people crazy or am I?” I know I feel if I get within 6 feet of a cliff I will fall over and slip off the edge (falling over is not something I worry about much standing in my living room) I shift between staring at them in amazement and shuddering with dread at the idea of anyone being where these people have decided to go–at huge effort.
So, are they crazy or do you wish you could join these people in their mighty endeavors?
I understand why this person is standing with his back against the wall, looking terrified. What I don’t understand is how and especially WHY he put himself there. This 40-foot-long sliver of granite is on Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, in California.
Summit of the Gross Glockner, Austria
Image by Ondrej Hruby
Mt. Rushmore, USA
Mt. Nimbus, Canada
Banos, Tungurahua, Ecuador. Photo by Andres Altamirano
Sky Dinner in Japan. This would definitely take my appetite away.
The Dolomites , Trentino alto Adige region Italy. I guess walking across this cliff wasn’t adventurous enough.
Via National Geographic
©Matt House on flickr
Trango Summit in northern Pakistan’s Karakoram range was taken from a camera mounted to a remote-controlled helicopter — a drone
It’s not just cliffs that make me squeemish. I’d never sit under this boulder. Would you?
I think these poor people had no choice but to brave this bridge. Some of them look used to it. Note the people moving something, a rug?
This person could have sat on the other side of the road where I’d be.
Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
Heavens, the tiny path isn’t bad enough. It’s broken. Camanito del Rey, by Gabirulo on Flickr
Really? Do you think hard-hats would help? Photograph by Claudio Campa, Italy
I know why no one’s crossing this bridge. Hunza River, Pakistan
This I could almost imagine attempting.
Do not miss spotting the climber. Austrian athlete Mich Kemeter climbs the 300m high Verdon cliffs without a rope or any safety equipment. Durandal route by Alexandre Buisse.
If you’re not exhausted from looking at these daredevils, go here for more.
Thanks to: Most Beautiful Pages,
Sam Pryor at Pinterest,
and Susan B. T.