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I'm Lez, a married guy from the UK. This is a mish mash/ jumble of what I like from the web. Most posts contain a link in the caption to where I found it. It's not my intention to infringe on anybody's copyright, so if the owners object to any image that I have posted, I will remove it on request.

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Photographer Chris McLennan captures Johnny Tate’s 330 foot abseil into the  Lost World Cave in New Zealand’s Northern Island.

Photographer Chris McLennan captures Johnny Tate’s 330 foot abseil into the Lost World Cave in New Zealand’s Northern Island.

Freddy Nock from Switzerland balances on the ropeway of a cable car leading to Germany’s highest mountain, the 9,718-ft. (2,962 m) Zugspitze, near the southern Bavarian resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, on Aug. 20, 2011. Nock balanced on the 3,264-ft. (995 m) rope to break his own world record, as part of a charity event. It took the daredevil 90 minutes to complete the journey. Nock, who began his highwire career at the age of 11, said it was exhausting not using a balancing pole. The stunt was part of a week of challenges Nock undertook to raise money for Unicef. Photograph by MICHAELA REHLE/REUTERS Via Twisted Sifter

Freddy Nock from Switzerland balances on the ropeway of a cable car leading to Germany’s highest mountain, the 9,718-ft. (2,962 m) Zugspitze, near the southern Bavarian resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, on Aug. 20, 2011. Nock balanced on the 3,264-ft. (995 m) rope to break his own world record, as part of a charity event.
It took the daredevil 90 minutes to complete the journey. Nock, who began his highwire career at the age of 11, said it was exhausting not using a balancing pole. The stunt was part of a week of challenges Nock undertook to raise money for Unicef.
Photograph by MICHAELA REHLE/REUTERS
Via Twisted Sifter