I ran across this the other day while idly searching for possible illustrations for the "Film Falls Off a Cliff" post. It's a multiple exposure by U.K. pro Alastair Sopp of an unknown daredevil engaging in the very dangerous practice of "tombstoning," so-called because the diver enters the water upright and feet first. The picture was taken in Cornwall, and is described in an article in The Mirror.
Thanks to Alastair for his permission to post the picture here.
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Featured Comment by Charlie Eddington: "I went tombstoning once (in Cornwall). It is quite possibly the most exhilarating and the most stupid thing I've ever done. Fortunately I was with a local who knew where all the deep pools were."