Chances are pretty good that most of us are never going to BASE jump onto a beach or skydive from 33,000 feet. Thanks to POV cameras, however, we have a chance to at least see what it looks like to do those things. Browse through these POV photos shot from high in the air and you'll feel like you were there.
1. Upside down
Horacio Llorens gets in a spin during the Paragliding World Cup Superfinal in 2013.
2. Ice climbing
David Lama from the view of Peter Ortner as they climbed in Chamonix, in 2013.
See Lama take on an unclimbed mountain in Nepal.
3. Don't drop the camera
This is a classic — looking over a waterfall in Kauai, Hawaii.
4. Ski to splash
Ski without snow into a pool? Sure, why not?
5. Skydive with a whole lot of sky
6. Don't slip
Photographer Travis Burke locked in concentration crossing this pretty sketchy bridge.
7. The fast way down
Cédric Dumont BASE jumping in Sarajevo.
8. Climber's eye view
What a view of Stefan Glowacz as he climbs Acopan Tepui in Venezuela.
9. Soaring back to Earth
They had to land somehow. Vincent Reffet and Fred Fugen glide back to Earth after that incredibly high skydive.
10. That's one way to get to the beach
This vertigo-inducing image was part of Red Bull Illume 2013. The international photography contest dedicated to action and adventure sports is back for 2016 and submissions are now open.
11. Inside a crevasse
It's POV, but upside down as Jason Zabriskie stares up a crevasse.
12. What a view
Check out the view in this image which was also part of Red Bull Illume 2013.