We’ve come a long way since the world’s first selfie which dates back to 1839. An American pioneer photographer Robert Cornelius produced a daguerreotype of himself, which is known as the first selfie of a human. That was a simple selfie and was not a one among Jaw-Dropping Selfies we see daily now days everywhere.
Now days we’ve become a little too selfie-obsessed. We’ll let you be the judge after taking a look at people capturing themselves at their very best, and, unfortunately, their very worst.
Take a look at the Top 10 Jaw-Dropping Selfies Of All Time.
#1 The Redeemer.
A hike up to the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro isn’t complete without a selfie taken from his giant arm.
#2 Don’t Look Down In Dubai.
These 2 Russian tourists found their way to the top of this 1,300-foot tower in the heart of Dubai. And how can they miss the selfie at this amazing view.
#3 No Safety.
Frenchman Alain Robert pulls a Spider-Man on the Habana Libre hotel without using a safety harness. Always use a safety harness while working at this height.
#4 Hello Bear.
We don’t think anyone told her that bears aren’t as friendly as they looks on TV. It looks like bear is just searching for a pic-a-nic basket.
#5 Mad At The Twister.
Australian Terry Tufferson seems to have had enough of tornadoes. That’s the face you make right before saying, “Hold my camera and watch this.”
#6 I Am Hot Inside.
Trying to take full advantage of the polar ice caps before they melt. Looks he is hot from inside. May be single.
#7 Feeding Frenzy.
OMG someone please tell him that sharks are NOT vegetarians and they are looking hungry as well.
#8 Spinal Tapped.
Even if you destroy your spine from paragliding you should always find the time to take a selfie to remember the moment.
#9 Rockets Away.
This Danish air force pilot decided to take a one of its kind selfie right after launching his missile. Flying a fighter jet is about as daredevil as it gets.
#10 Average Joe V. The Volcano.
No, he is not a fire fighter and this is not an ordinary fire. This is an Australian named Nik Halik who took his breathing apparatus off for a moment to enjoy the sites and smells of this volcano.
Images via The Sun