Adventure photographer Krystle Wright shares some of the insight she's gained while photographing BASE jumpers. Did you know that "BASE" is actually an acronym for the four different objects a BASE jumper can plunge from?
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Telling someone to go jump off a cliff may sound like an insult, but to an adventure photographer like Krystle Wright it's just another day at the office. In this week's Today I Learned, Wright shares some of the insight she's gained while photographing BASE jumpers. Did you know that "BASE" is actually an acronym for the four different objects a BASE jumper can plunge from? Watch the video to see if you know all the objects BASE stands for.
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