Balancing on the edge
"You're crazy! Suicide! Crazy! "- Say some. "The Wizard! Talent! Fearless "- others will say. A 30-year-old Norwegian Eskila Ronningsbakkena may shock, delight, appall and command respect. The best stuntmen and daredevils of the world nervously smoking in aside, watching this crazy teetering on the edge of towering cliffs.
 Beautiful natural views and showing extreme balance on the same time.

30-year Eskil Ronningsbakken teetering on the edge of a cliff on a unicycle at an altitude of 1400 meters.

Eskil is on hand at the viewing platform above the stairs of trolls in Norway. 

And in this photo he is only preparing to do a handstand.

Eskil balances on a few chairs on the cliff at an altitude of 1000 meters above the abyss in Keragbolt, Rogaland, Norway. 

Eskil ready to stand on their chairs.

 Eskil also teaches others to do the figures in dangerous areas. In this photo, it shows a figure with one of his pupils, 25-year-old Moses Vepukhuli from Kenya. This is the first time Moses at that height. Eskil coached him in January 2009. 

Eskil now travels with ten men, removing their incredible feats. His team visited some of the favorite playgrounds Eskila, such as a mountain troll ladder (at the first photo). 

January 2, 2010: Eskil Ronningsbakken balances on a few chairs over Geirangerfjord in Geiranger, Norway.

September 6, 2009: Eskil Ronningsbakken balances over Geirangerfjord. 

Eskil Ronningsbakken is on one hand with your partner on the edge of a cliff at an altitude of 304 meters in Norway.

On a cube of ice over a waterfall.

Eskil teetering on the edge of a cliff in Norway, while his partner admonishes him a toy gun. This photo was taken in the advertising campaign in support of the members of the Norwegian police, who constantly risk their own lives. 

More detailed view of the installation. 

April 2009: Eskil in a chair on a pole over a cliff in Norway Kjaerag Bolten.

A more detailed picture stunt "chair on a pole." 

April 2009: Eskil a steel hoop at the edge of the 1,000-meter cliff in Stavanger. 

Eskil pushes bike on a tightrope above the fjord Lyuseford in Stavanger. The strong wind nearly ruined the whole picture, when a strong gust from the bottom nearly turned stuntman.