7. Real Friends Do It Together
The account ‘roundtheroofs’ has over 34k followers on Instagram and its bio states: Live up on the edge. So, that explains this artistic yet dangerous photo. We must admit that it is a dangerous looking group selfie but it is quite awesome as well. if you want to add fun to anything reckless, make sure you do it with your friends. Why put only your life in danger, right?
8. Worth The Risk
Even looking at the small cars down is giving us a scare. But this lady decided to take a selfie at the top of one of these enormous towers. Any average person would call it an insane photo, but you got to admit that it takes a lot of courage to go to such heights for the sake of adrenaline rush.
9. Not A Record-Breaking Selfie Stick
It may seem like this person took this selfie with the world’s longest selfie stick, but that is not the case. Ben Stiller is the most awesome guy as he took a selfie at the premiere of Zoolander 2 with the world’s longest selfie stick. And if your hands are sweating after watching this photo, you can have some peace of mind knowing that most people on this planet would feel the same way as well.
10. A Perfect Vacation Photo
This person visited Hong Kong and did something that not everyone does whenever they visit this Chinese special administrative region. It is a really dangerous selfie because the force of the wind generally grows much stronger the higher you travel.
11. Hong Kong Again
Alexander Remnev is from Russia and is fascinated by heights. He is often looking for the tallest buildings in the world. As it seems like Hong Kong authorities don’t really care a lot about people climbing towers, it is no surprise these young daredevils went up there quite easily. And just so you may know, this is the fifth tallest building (346 meters) in Hong Kong. He has plans of reaching to the top of all the tallest skyscrapers in the country.
12. Russian Daredevils
Alexander Remnev makes another entry on our list and this time he has a selfie taken with his group of daredevils. After looking at this selfie, we are glad the Russian police started a campaign to create awareness among people about the risk of taking a "cool selfie". This group selfie was taken from atop a 350-foot radio tower near the Kostroma River in Russia and it looks awesome yet super dangerous as well. Look at his friends who are more interested in posing for the camera rather than holding on to something for support.