The 10 Most Dangerous (And Stupidest) Photos Ever Taken.
"'Big Drop Romance' was taken in Washington of my brother and his ﬁancé. She was terriﬁed of the idea of hanging over the edge but decided to follow through with it. I shot this from above them, reaching out with a 14mm lens to capture as much of the moment as I could." — @isaacgautschiphotography
This photo was taken at Alberta's Abraham Lake, where methane from decaying plant life rises to the surface and becomes trapped under ice, resulting in these bubbles. "There's usually a seven-minute window every year to photograph them in the best conditions before snow or warm temperatures affect the lake. I've waited five years to photograph them in these conditions, trying and failing every year up until this year." — @calsnape
This selfie was taken at 6 a.m. at Yosemite National Park. "I left my camera down below on continuous self timer, as I sat there waiting for the sun to come up. I can't quite put into words what it felt like to look out over the valley from this spot, but it's a moment I'll remember forever."— @andrewling
"A city like New York has an inﬁnite number of perspectives, but if you want to ﬁnd something truly unique, it helps to take some risks. Hanging from a harness ... 2,000 feet above Times Square, the massive infrastructure of New York City looks like a densely packed circuit board. Sometimes the best images lie at the edges of possibility." — @dave.krugman
"It’s actually in New Zealand that people can see the clearest skies at night, so one day I decided to drive up to Cardrona Alpine Resort, 30 minutes away from Wanaka. I explored the slopes by foot, observing the stars with the resort’s chair lifts as a background—an extreme and memorable moment for sure." — @lebackpacker
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Source: Business Insider
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