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Fritz Kasparek and author/mountaineer Heinrich Harrer during the first successful ascent of the North Face of the Eiger in 1938

Fritz Kasparek and author/mountaineer Heinrich Harrer during the first successful ascent of the North Face of the Eiger in 1938

North Face "Nordwand" (2008), Germany "Based on a true story, North Face is a suspenseful adventure film about a competition to climb the most dangerous rock face in the Alps. Set in 1936, as Nazi propaganda urges the nation's Alpinists to conquer the unclimbed north face of the Swiss massif - the Eiger - two reluctant German climbers begin their daring ascent."

North Face - German Film - Winner of 4 film awards. This true adventure takes place in 2 reluctant German climbers answer the call of Nazi propaganda to conquer the unclimbed and dangerous Swiss Alp north face, Eiger.

Still Standing, Organ Pipe, Tasmania, Australia.

A man stands atop the Organ Pipes at Mt Wellington, Tasmania, Australia The Organ Pipes are a geological structure made up of towering columns of rock. The towers were formed during the Jurassic period when Tasmania broke off from Antarctica.

Eiger North Face team The Eiger north face, was first climbed on July 24, 1938 by the Austrians Heinrich Harrer and Fritz Kasparek and the Germans Anderl Heckmair and Ludwig Vörg.

Eiger North Face team The Eiger north face, was first climbed on July 1938 by the Austrians Heinrich Harrer and Fritz Kasparek and the Germans Anderl Heckmair and Ludwig Vörg.

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Italian photographer Sandro Giordano is behind the visually arresting (and painfully looking) series 'In Extremis (Bodies With No Regret)'. It seems him phot.

sandro giordano captures face plants and falling down for in extremis

This satirical photo series called “In Extremis (Bodies With No Regret)” by photographer Sandro Giordano depicts unfortunate people the moment after they fell, surrounded by their material possessions.