12 most extreme selfies
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A new trend has appeared on the Internet — extreme selfies. Such photos of themselves are taken by those people who are not afraid to take risks and are ready to do anything for the sake of a good photo.
A young daredevil, known by the nickname "Christian", took the art of selfies to a new level — he filmed himself being chased by angry raging bulls during a Bull Run in Baytown, California Texas
"Christian" participated in the Great Bull Run and decided to film it on his smartphone. One of the spectators managed to take a picture of a "Christian" taking a selfie.
Photographer and daredevil Kirill Oreshkin loves to take selfies. However, you will not find such selfies on Instagram or Facebook during the day with fire
Oreshkin is so clever that he can take a selfie at an extreme height — for example, when hanging on one of the high-rise buildings, or walking on a cable bridge, or even standing on a giant star on the roof of a high-rise tower.
Selfie while skydiving
Selfies from extreme cycling races — two in one.
A selfie taken high above the ground by a Swiss Air Force pilot in 2013.
Some of the selfies on our list were taken as part of the Selfie Olympiad, a new youth fun that is increasingly popular on Instagram and Facebook. The essence is simple — to come up with a crazy idea for a selfie and implement it better than everyone else.
We noticed that there are common points — the bathroom and the door, but the scope for creativity is limitless here.
The most extreme and stupid selfie possible is a burning man.
Selfie with a great white shark. According to the author, the photo was taken in Guadalupe, 240 km from the Mexican coast.
A man survived a plane crash and took the most epic selfie you can imagine.
This girl can brush her teeth, and take selfies standing on tiptoe and putting her phone on the door jamb. Made as part of the Selfie Olympiad.
Astronaut and Air Force Colonel Mike Hopkins took a rare selfie when he helped restore the International Space Station on December 24, 2013.
It is not completely clear whether this can be attributed to the category of extreme selfies, but to make yourself such a tattoo is quite bold.