Deep-water soloing (DWS) is a form of solo rock climbing (no gear, no rope) & climbers generally seek high difficulty routes usually above high tide. You can actually climb as high as brave you are then to jump down...
This type of climbing is typically practiced on sea cliffs, most famously on the coasts of Dorset and Devon, but also in the Calanques near Marseille, Sardinia, Majorca, Spain, Greece, and many other climbing areas.
As you can see from my photo it is newly practiced also in Halong Bay, Vietnam.
Weather conditions and visibility were really bad and therefore I am submitting B&W version only.
Have a great weekend.
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giorgimer (34644) 2010-12-04 8:49
nice idea, good moment capture, excellent use of B/W
Suppiluliuma (3855) 2010-12-04 11:53
Pefect timing, good use of b&w which accentuates the composition, and a nice note.
TFS Dear Zuzana.
ninaL (21348) 2010-12-04 15:38
Excellente capture, really decisif moment.
Best regards. Grazyna.
grigand (18947) 2010-12-06 13:16
Incredible jump, very nice capture.