A promotional video for GoPro shows Roberta Mancino, an Italian base jumper, stepping out of a helicopter at 5,000 meters (15,000 feet) and flying over the top of Villarrica, one of Chile’s most active volcanoes.
The first ever wax figure of actress Scarlett Johansson stands outside Madame Tussauds New York attraction shortly after it was unveiled in Times Square in New York, July 30, 2015. The figurine stood on a square spot of red carpet as she donned a flowing black gown and a jeweled necklace.
Madame Tussauds London have unveiled their latest celebrity waxwork at the tourist hotspot in London today. The wax figure accurately depicting what the reality star looks like as she takes a selfie, offering visitors the ultimate memories with the immortalised selfie queen. The lifesize wax figure took four months to complete and cost £150,000.
Roberta Mancino has jumped out of a helicopter over Panama City at night wearing a special wingsuit loaded with LEDs. The international model has participated in more than 7,000 skydives and won several awards and world records. She recorded her amazing stunt on a GoPro camera. Watch the video below.
Two climbers dedicating their lives to scaling some of the world’s tallest and most iconic buildings without safety harnesses. The young daredevil climbed to dizzying heights to take these stomach-turning selfie pictures from the tips of the Ping An Finance Centre, 660 meters (2,165 ft) in Shenzhen, China. Watch the video below.
Georgina Harwood celebrated her 100th year in style by skydiving in Cape Town, South Africa. Her friends and family joined her, watching safely from the ground. Harwood even continued her extreme birthday celebrations by taking a dip in a shark cage. She was joined by her close family, including her great grandson. Watch the video… Continue reading Great-Grandma Skydives And Swims With Sharks
Skydiving instructor Forest Pullman captured a video of a jump with a tandem passenger flying 13,000 feet over Thailand. Pullman’s equipment nearly collides with the plane he and his passenger just jumped out of. Both came very close to being killed after the pilot decided to make a 180-degree dive.
Stacey Wallace, 28, from Vancouver found herself with an unusual photo opportunity when a ground squirrel popped out of its hole in search of nuts at British Columbia’s Manning Park. She lay out on the ground metres away from the squirrel and slowly crawled towards him to capture the perfect ‘selfie’. via: NY Daily News