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Australian teen hangs from helicopters and swims with whales for Instagram followers

November 28th, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  •  Kyle Taylor, 17, from Darwin, Australia, is a daredevil who spends his gangling time doing death-defying activities 
  • The teen papers his skydiving, low sea diving and dried mud biking for his zealous Instagram followers
  • He captures all of his stunts on a little GoPro camera and says he wants to enthuse people to get off a couch

Caroline Mcguire for MailOnline

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Most 17 year aged boys spend their days chasing girls, struggling to pass their pushing exam and articulate in grunts, though one 17-year-old tour photographer from Down Under puts his peers to contrition by unresolved off helicopters, swimming with whales and holding selfies with puffer fish in his gangling time.

Despite still being in school, Kyle Taylor from Darwin, Australia, has racked adult some-more life practice than many of us will conduct in a lifetime.

His exploits documented on his amicable media pages embody skydiving, bungee jumping and giveaway climbing.

Kyle Taylor, 17, from Darwin, Australia, (left)  hangs from a bottom of a helicopter with a crony above a Australian outback 

Kyle Taylor, 17, from Darwin, Australia, (left)  hangs from a bottom of a helicopter with a crony above a Australian outback 

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Kyle said: ‘I do these things since we adore it, it’s a simplest explanation.

‘My concentration is to emanate these extraordinary images and share them with a universe in hopes to enthuse people to get divided from a couch, make them realize that they customarily have one possibility during life.’

‘My favourite competition is skydiving. It is such a pardon feeling being means to fly around a clouds, to not worry about what is function tomorrow or what happened yesterday though what is function in that accurate moment.’

And Kyle has managed to constraint iconic images during his adventures, like his selfie with a puffer fish and his ‘double shaka’ photograph.

Kyle frequently goes giveaway swimming off a seashore of Australia He recently snapped a selfie with a puffer fish on one of his swims

Kyle frequently goes giveaway swimming off a seashore of Australia and recently snapped a selfie with a puffer fish on one of his swims 

One of Kyle's favourite past times is sky diving, as it allows him to live in a moment 

One of Kyle’s favourite past times is sky diving, as it allows him to live in a moment 

In a image, Kyle’s palm can be seen rising by a sea waves in a shaka pitch while a whale’s fin can be seen customarily a few metres divided clearly mimicking a Hawaiian palm greeting.

He said: ‘I kept saying several photos of people removing selfies with turtles or other fish.

‘I saw a puffer fish and it had unexpected paused so we didn’t rubbish a impulse and attempted to get a selfie that resulted in an overwhelming shot.’

Making friends: Kyle doing a 'shaka' pitch as a circuitously whale clearly mimics a Hawaiian greeting

Making friends: Kyle doing a ‘shaka’ pitch as a circuitously whale clearly mimics a Hawaiian greeting

The messiness of life: Kyle mud biking by a Australian desert, with a iconic dry red earth 

The messiness of life: Kyle mud biking by a Australian desert, with a iconic dry red earth 

You might consider that Kyle’s life is one large adrenaline rush after another though a Darwin High propagandize tyro insists this is not a case.

‘When we get an adrenaline rush it customarily means something has left wrong. we try to stay ease and collected with a activities that we do, this is what keeps me protected and stops me from creation stupid mistakes.

‘If I’m not assured that we can do something we won’t do it, though if we know we can do something we will assign during it and won’t let anything stop me from doing so!’

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Kyle films himself high tardy backing in Darwin. He frequently beam eye-watering heights regulating this skill

Kyle films himself high tardy backing in Darwin. He frequently beam eye-watering heights regulating this skill

Surf's up: Kyle also enjoys watersports, graphic here he is surfing off a seashore of northern Australia

Surf’s up: Kyle also enjoys watersports, graphic here he is surfing off a seashore of northern Australia

Kyle’s monumental imagery is prisoner regulating a little GoPro camera.

He said: ‘For a infancy of my images we use a GoPro for a reasons that it’s tiny and has glorious peculiarity permitting me to take it anywhere we go either that’s jumping out of craft or giveaway diving with sharks.’

And if you’re desirous by Kyle’s frolicking afterwards a teen has a organisation answer.

‘Just do whatever we want. Get out of your comfort section and don’t let fear impede you. Ignore what other people consider about you.’

Deep sea diving in Darwin, but any respirating apparatus for assistance 

Deep sea diving in Darwin, but any respirating apparatus for assistance 

Pictured Kyle prepares for a inclement roller in Darwin, as clouds dawn threateningly ahead. Kyle says: 'Get out of your comfort section and don't let fear impede you. Ignore what other people consider about you.'

Pictured Kyle prepares for a inclement roller in Darwin, as clouds dawn threateningly ahead. Kyle says: ‘Get out of your comfort section and don’t let fear impede you. Ignore what other people consider about you.’


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