National Geographic Your Shot

Upside Down | Photograph by Romano Salis (@romanosalis)
“Acrobat and mountain guide Lukas Mathis on the top of Fiamma, a peak in the eastern part of the Alps,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Romano Salis. “After several fails, Lukas could hold his handstand and I was able to catch this breathtaking moment.”

“This seems so dangerous, to do a handstand on the peak of this rock face. I love how wide you made this frame, revealing not only the epic landscape to this moment, but also the height of Fiamma. I agree with Your Shot photographer Valerie Bryan who commented, 'Awesome shot! Although my knees got a bit weak looking at it! LOL! The sky is in perfect formation drawing your eye right to the man! Love it!'" — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee (@davidylee)




@roar_liv 🙌 😄 Ok 😃😁


@nahuelsch8 limado el loco !! Ya lo vamos a hacer !!


@krescentrollzzzz same that’s legit but I’m good


Absolutely amazing !!!


Wow ❤️❤️😲


@whereisminus chaud 😅😅😅


@ashwin.hh you should so this someday😛


Marvelous click📸 fantastic!💝💝💝


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A like doesn’t describe how much we love this photo


just breathtaking action! I agree with Valerie's comment!


Fantastic 👏🏻👏🏻


Have to do some nature stuff next bro #newgoals #hangingwithnature

That’s crazy!


@mavs_snaps hollllyyyyyyyy fkkkkk


Amazing !!!!!


Holy .... so insane


So I told Dean to do a handstand on the mountain.. he actually did it the absolute madman hahahahaha!


I can even watch this Pic without my knees tremble


Insane, completely!!! 😶❤😍👍

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