The terrifying moment a kayaker plunged down a fast-flowing waterfall has been caught on camera.
Marcelo Galicio, 27, a professional kayaker, used his paddle to launch himself off a 50ft-high waterfall in Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Michigan.
The stunt was captured from two points of view, one from a GoPro camera worn by Marcelo himself, and from footage shot by extreme sports photographer Megan Rappa, from Milwaukee in Wisconsin.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Megan said: "Before the shoot Marcelo was a complete stranger to me.
"Remarkably, we met on Tinder and he invited me along to take some pictures of the drop.
"As a young adventure-loving photographer there was something inside that couldn't pass this opportunity up."
According to the Daily Mail, she added: "Marcelo scoped the falls out for about an hour or two and picked the best line to take, he was very meticulous.
"The first time Marcelo dropped I was a little nervous for him, just like everyone else watching, but I knew he was an experienced professional.
"That's the awesome thing about taking risks and doing what you love though, absolutely nothing else matters. Not even time."
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