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Daredevil urban climbers reveal new pictures from dizzying heights.
Climbing a spiral on the Shun Hing Square in Shenzhen: Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov scale Hong Kong's skyscrapers.
The tonne Liberian-flagged Rena lists, about 12 nautical miles km) from Tauranga, on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island October more than a week after it struck the Astrolabe Reef by bernadine
Bank of Manhattan, New York, 1929 - Vertigo: Nerves of Steel - Stills Galleries - British Pathé
During a performance for a Shriners convention, a Sky Dancer aerialist skips rope on a small platform high (at least 20 stories) above the streets of downtown, Chicago, Illinois, July (Photo by John Dominis/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Sunken Zero plane wreck from WWII, Palau Nikko Bay, Palau A Japanese warplane Second World War lies wrecked in shallow water off Guam in a photograph.
great white snapped off Irish coast - yeah, sure he did !
Randall Scott Limited Edition Print:"Fallen Luftwaffe-Messerschmitt Me-109"
A sandbar shark watches over the wreckage of an Me 109 in a shallow reef in the Mediterranean Sea.
"Exploiting the ecosystem also threatens human lives for a living planet." - Horrifying with a shark. More Horrifying without any sharks.
Photograph taken during construction of the RCA Building (renamed the GE Building in at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Below is a picture of construction workers in above London.
Try Not To Laugh - Funny Fails Compilation 2017 # 5
this photo is in fact the real thing, taken near the South African coast during a military exercise by the British Navy. It has been nominated by National Geographic as “The Photo of the Year”.
US Garrett McNamara (L) and US Mark Healey (R) compete during a free session of surf tow in, in the southern Pacific ocean island of Tahiti, French Polynesia, on June 2013 in Teahupoo. (Photo by Gregory Boissy/AFP Photo)
Actress & Dancer, Charlotte Greenwood, 1928 ~ Photo taken at Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studio