Photos That Will Make Your Stomach Drop


If you love to do something that is uncommon, and what people do just few times in the whole life, than you must try to do something like this on these photos below.

Maybe you will feel strange while you looking at these photos, but who knows, maybe that’s exactly what you need.

P.S Whatever you do, don’t look down, and make you sure you have a Life Insurance before you scroll down! :)


1. Cliff camping.

Stomach Drop
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2. Skywalking in the Alps.

Photo by Josef Stuefer – flickr

3. Portaledge camping at Yosemite.

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4. Climbing Redwoods.

MICHAEL NICHOLS/National Geographic Stock

5. Sitting on the Trolltunga rock in Norway.


6. Jumping on the Trolltunga rock in Norway.

Flickr: opplevoodda

7. British climber John Roberts in South Africa.

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8. Ice climbing a frozen waterfall.

Keith Ladzinski/Barcroft Media /Landov

9. Extreme skiing at Grand Targhee, Wyoming.


10. Tree camping in Germany.


11. Extreme kayaking at Victoria Falls.

Desre Tate/Barcroft Media /Landov

12. Blake Aldridge dives 29 metres from the rock monolith during the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Portugal.

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13. On the Edgewalk in Toronto.


14. A defying act by Eskil Rønningsbakken in Norway.


15. Alex Honnold at Yosemite.


16. Now imagine if you dropped your phone down there.


17.Dean Potter slacklining in Yosemite


18.On the Edge, Mount Blanc, France.


19. Glacierboarding.


20. Trapeze paragliding.


21. Hanging out at the Sky Walk in Macau.


22.Bruce Peninsula National Park

Dan Dangler Bruce Peninsula National Park

23. Strange sport in the air, USA


24. In Ft. Tryon park by Jordan Matter.


25. Base jumping in Yosemite..


26. Bike trail on the Cliffs of Moher.


27. Driving down a sand dune in Lucky Bay, Australia.

2001 LimeWave – Anki Knutsson & Lars Andersson

28.China’s mt Huashan Death trail

29. Looking down from LION’S head

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30. I Think Photography, I Think Miss-En-Scene, I Think … Wow

Photo By Kerry Skarbakka
Photo By Kerry Skarbakka

31 This outrageous example of extreme skiing


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What do you think ?



  1. These photos are mind blowing ones i have ever seen… keep this coming in and hats off to all the photographers !!!!

    Cheers !!

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  3. God’s creation is beyond beautiful…and the photographers that share their lenses with us are priceless…but beware not to incur the wrath of the creation…it will be a loss into oblivion!

  4. The most adventurous shot I ever tried was a very hopeful mom, cranky dad, 2 tired kids under 4 years old with 2 horses who didn’t give a care… at the lake, at sunset, oh yea, and they didn’t bother to tell me that they lived on the WRONG side of the lake so I was shooting into the sun. Trust me, at that moment, I wanted to be jumping off a cliff! LOL.

    Great work! :)

  5. FANTASTIC. Amazing people they blew my mind, I did not expect to see all of this exceptional. Enjoyed the opportunity to look at them doing all of this without fear. Thank you.

  6. Amazing pics – too old for that shit but wish I did it in my younger years. Seriously Lucky Bay, Australia – that jeep did not drive down that?????????????????

  7. Bored Daddy has just blown our minds… and incidentally given us a few ideas for some extreme birthday parties. These pictures are phenomenal, inspiring, and somewhat terrifying! The Sky Walk picture is literally making our pulses race every single time we look at it.

  8. Hi! The first photo (also #21)is by my friend, photographer Jordan Matter. Please credit him for the photo. :) thanks! (from his book “Dancers Among Us”).

  9. #20 is called “highlining” or “slacklining” when it’s done closer to the ground. It’s a lot of fun!

  10. Absolutely mind-blowing captured shots these are some scenes which no-one will ever dare to shoot. Do maintain the same tempo in future best of luck all guys and God bless you all.

  11. Excellent photos of stomach-dropping activities!!!

    Bored Daddy is hardly a believable title for these images : D

  12. I want to do each and every one of these… Base jumping in Yosemite I know has to be illegal as hell but I can imagine 110% worth it!

  13. Lindas fotos, belas paisagens e pessoal radical e corajosos em suas poses. Teve momentos em algumas fotos que me senti junto e logicamente com alguns arrepios.
    Destaco os fotógrafos por tão bonitos ângulos fotográficos.

  14. Now, Why on Earth would the pretty blonde girl take a picture hanging upside down when she could have inverted a standard picture, or simply turned the CAMERA upside down?

  15. #9 is most definately not Grand Targhee. As a long time Wyoming resident I can tell you that there are no glaciers that can be seen from that side of the range. Looks more like skiing in Europe. My guess looking at the skier is Anselme Baud of France.

  16. I really don’t understand, why these people are considered as some kind of heroes or something, because they dare to do things like these… They must would have problems with their mental health in some level, if they must do extreme things to get “kicks” and nothing’s enough… “Normal” people can find their inner peace and balance in other ways without risking their life.

  17. Where are these people from…I mean what planet??..Phenomenal photos…But have these people got different blood or genes?/..How many people out of 10, would camp on the side of a rock..half a kilometer up??!!!..I just don’t get it!!..I’m lost for words and my stomach ..well that’s another story!!

  18. Absolutely awesome photos. I was particularly impressed by your images, knowing that many of them had to have been taken from precarious body positions. Are you a film, or digital photographer?

  19. Thats absolutely amazing. What strikes me hard is how did you take these shoots? It seems you too were a part of those teams and under the same scary conditions, and yet taking photos. You are an amazing adventure photographer.