I guessed Spain before I saw your labels. This must have been quite a sight - you wouldn't catch me trying anything like this, that's for sure!
Hi JM :)Amazing sight especially the one where one person is standing on top of another balancing himself without any support.This is a common sight in India too during Hindu festivals. A mud pot is tied at a great height with money and people make a pyramid to reach the mud pot and break it to get the money. There is tremendous fun and frolic at these times.Now I can see that this type of thing is done in Spain also thanks to your initiative.Have a fantastic day :)
How long did it take for them to form the pyramid?
I have assisted one (not participated)! Frightening!
WOW... estiveste em sitios incriveis as fotos dos leoes é incrivel...tao perto....
Incredible human feets. You wonder if we'll lose the capacity to do those sorts of things in the modern era ... it almost seems like a throw back.
Yikes! Fun series of photos.
Joseph, I know human pyramids are also made in India, but had not the chance to see them...Per, they take just a few minutes! The last person is still trying to get some balance on top and another one is already climbing! :-)Thank you all for stopping by!
I saw postcards of the human pyramids when I was in Barcelona, but not the real thing. It must be amazing to see in real life!
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