Video of the Day: Slackline the Moai Tower

Posted September 27, 2016
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Today's video of the day comes to us from GoPro.  GoPro user Ryan Paul Robinson wears his camera as he walks across a slack line in Fortescue Bay on the south east coast of Tasmania, Australia. Video allows us to see things that we wouldn't normally see or experience in our lives and this is a great example of that.

 


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