If you've seen one sneaker selfie, you've seen them all. Not quite.
In our post about the 15 Things We Hate in Sneaker Culture, we decried extreme sneaker selfies. And we stand by that sentiment. But one teen in Egypt took a sneaker selfie that we simply couldn't ignore. In a story shared by Nice Kicks, German tourist Andrej Ciesielski recently climbed to the top of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Ciesielski's climb, which he documented in a video you can see below, shows both the ascent and descent from the pyramid including breathtaking, unobstructed, 360 degree views of the city. The sneaker selfie itself is a beautiful capture and features a pair of the ASICS GEL-Saga.
Based on his website and previous work, Ciesielski appears to be a photography enthusiast acclimated to taking shots from high above. Past work include sneaker selfies of Vans and New Balance all taken from dizzying heights from various buildings in Hong Kong. While we applaud Ciesielski's work, we wouldn't recommend what he's doing simply because of the danger it entails.