Forget Instagram photos of avocado on toast or selfies taken on top of Mount Eden, these selfies taken by some of the world's most extreme daredevil travellers will put your weekend snapshots to shame.
These photos were taken on some of the world's tallest buildings, at the bottom of the deepest oceans, in shark-infested waters, and even on the side of an active volcano.
This first image was taken by the pilot of a Norwegian F-16 fighter during an exercise in northern Norway.
Aaron Gekoski took this dangerous selfie while diving with the sharks at Aliwal Shoal in South Africa.
This one will make your hands sweat. It's a photo of Ervin Punkar using a selfie stick to take a photo from the very top of the 182 metre TV tower in Tartu, Estonia.
Turning up the heat, Nik Halik can be seen trying to get the perfect hot selfie in Benbow Volcano, Ambrym Island.
And finally, Alexander Remnov uses his trusty selfie stick to capture a unique view of the Hong Kong skyline.
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