From the "In the Deep End" series - Damion Berger - Balancing Act, Monaco (Photographs) (Cool Pools Pictures)


Headstand without hands (I love that the guy in the background is falling out of the pose as the shot's being taken.

Pier surfing. I'm not sure whether or not this is a good idea

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Bangladesh Photography by Tab Tuhin. Imagining the feeling of freedom of this little girl.

misc. Stunts

Claw blimey! Breathtaking new extreme sport takes paragliding to new heights...gliding next to HAWKS

Daredevil Scott Mason, pioneered the astonishing extreme sport by paragliding next to birds of prey in streams of thermal air then inviting them to land on his arm.


Peahi, Maui, Hawaii Hawaii is known as the birthplace of big wave surfing. Watching the pros attack these ferocious waves can be an exhilarating experience.


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We float. (fuck you very much)

Here's a little fun fact. When I was younger I took synchronized swimming lessons with two friends. It was fantastic and I still practice whenever I go swimming. :) *We never took formal lessons, but we made up some routines.


Photo © Ian Berry / Magnum Photos // On this day years ago, Nelson Mandela won the first ever multiracial South African election by a landslide. Here, supporters climb to every vantage point whilst awaiting the arrival of Mandela in a Natal township in

It has been 80 years since the gut-turning but fascinating Lunch atop a Skyscraper was taken and published anonymously in the New York Herald Tribune, but perhaps hardly anyone knows the story about the fearless men in the decades-old photograph. Who are these seemingly crazy construction workers who relished their lunches while perched on a beam suspended to a dizzying height, with New York City’s 1930s concrete jungle as their back drop?

Lunch atop a Skyscraper (New York Construction Workers Lunching on a Crossbeam) is a famous photograph taken by Charles C. Ebbets during construction of the GE Building at Rockefeller Center in (Photographer: Charles C. Ebbets) I still can't believe this.

free climb in thailand...  no clue where this pic is from however...

I really hope this is photoshopped! Porth Clais, Pembrokeshire (UK) - "Dream Boat Annie" (thanks for this info YMCA Weardale!

German Climbing Team training, Stuntwerk 2014

First training of the German Climbing Team of the winter saison in Cologne's futuristic Stuntwerk bouldering gym.