And in one photograph, both the feelings of hope and disaster were captured. It should be a motivational poster. "We come so close to success, only to fall flat on our behinds." No, wait. That's not motivational at all.
It looks like this photo is the result of good timing. In reality, this is actually how they get the moon up into the sky every night. Now that you know that, you might not look at the moon in the same way.
No matter how cool you think you are, gravity is always there to destroy you. This photo perfectly captures that moment when you're trying to be smooth AF, but you're not at all. The camera never lies.