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The view from here is better than the view from your office #livevibrantly #thirstformore

An entry from For Emma, Forever Ago

So you like photography and go on some pretty cool adventures too? Then adventure photography might be for you.

The World’s Tallest Climbing Wall… #lol

Climb the world's tallest climbing wall, the Excalibur at the Klimcentrum Bjoeks (Bjoeks Climb Center) - Groningen, Netherlands.

Extreme mountaineering and rock climbing

Extreme mountaineering and rock climbing photographs by Robert Bosch

Mountaineer photographer Robert Bosch photographs climbers around the world on some of the most difficult climbs.

Mariona Marti, Titulo Ferretero (7b ), Granada, Spain.

Rock climbing silhouette: "In order to become fearless you have to stand in the middle of your fear" Larry Rosenberg

Ice climbing..even though I hate the cold this would be awesome

Ice tunnel created by melting snow and ice that went all the way through the glacier to rock below. The glacier is Bøverbreen, a small arm of Smørstabbreen in Jotunheimen, Norway.

Ice Climbing on Mount Everest. Tibetan name for Mount Everest is Qomolangma

Ice Climbing on Mount Everest. Tibetan name for Mount Everest is Qomolangma - Even though I don't have the physical strength to do this, climbing Mount Everest has always been a distant dream of mine (:

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Wingsuit Base Jumping, Norway i'll be shaking of fright if i try this but this simple looks amazing.

After seeing the above photo on National Geographic's website under Extreme Photo of the Week, we knew we had to get in touch with the photographer to find out more. In that shot, climber Craig Pope is seen crossing an ice cave to a free-standing 82-foot-tall icicle without ropes or protection. Talk about extreme. On capturing that moment, photographer Ben Herndon told National Geographic, "For this shot the real challenge was the constant dripping water from the icicles on the cave ceiling…

Amazing Ice Climbing Photography

Arc’teryx Bozeman Ice Climbing Festival 2013 / News / Arc'teryx I think this is the least likely activity I would ever be interested in. But shows in any weather there is an opportunity for activity. Don't shut your self inside because of bad weather.

Wouldn't it have been easier to go around?

Heather Wander climbing Nevada, Red rock, the Great red roof toit, fissure, escalade

extreme snowboarding #sports

Living on the edge: 30 extreme photos that will take your breath away

National Geographic Extreme Photo of the Week: Snowboarder Jussi Oksansen in New Zealand. Photograph by Jeff Curtes

”Fred Beckey (left) and Eric Bjørnstad holding a sign found in Canyonlands, Utah.” Photo by Fred Beckey

patagonia: ”Fred Beckey (left) and Eric Bjørnstad holding a sign found in Canyonlands, Utah.” Photo by Fred Beckey

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