Some seek an adrenaline rush, while others feel no lure of risky situations. Can you call yourself a daredevil, or are you more of a safe person?
It may seem frightening to you just to look at a towering skyscraper standing around you like giants, let alone be on top of them; or stand with your feet onto the highest bridges in the world. You may even find yourself experiencing a strong vertigo. But that wouldn’t be the case with true adrenaline junkies. Unlike many of us who have heights issues, there are those ready to risk their lives just for some adrenaline rush. They are true thrill-seekers who constantly push themselves closer to the edge, further and further. There is no place for fear in what they do, it’s just that inner urge they feel to challenge and expand their limits. They like taking things to the extreme and usually describe themselves as death-defying daredevils.
Paulo Coelho once said: “There’s a fine line between courage and foolishness, and there’s no fence between the two. ”
The following photos will definitely leave you breathless and make your palms sweat.
Princess Tower in Dubai, 414 metre tall tower
Brian Mosbaugh, 853 metres above Rio de Janeiro
Vitaly Raskalov, bridge over the Russkiy Island
Chris Sharma, famous rock climber
On top of Christ Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, a 30 metre tall statue
Skywalkers of Russia
Mustang Wanted, Ukrainian urban climber and daredevil
View from Kjerag, Norway
Grand Canyon cliff
Eskil Ronningsbakken, educated balancing performer
Outdoor yoga lifestyle
Above the Siberian forest, near Krasnoyarks, Russia
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