Anyone in Paris's business district casting their eyes skywards Friday morning will have enjoyed the quiet spectacle of French tightrope walker Nathan Paulin delicately treading a slackline 150 metres above the ground.
Holder of several world records, the 25-year-old was livestreamed braving the 2.5cm wide strap, which was stretched 510 metres between two towers in La Défense.
The footage, taken by a drone, will be broadcast as part of the 33rd French Telethon on 6 and 7 December.
The French Telethon, the country's biggest charity event, is due to take place next month.
Last year, 23-year-old Paulin took nearly half an hour to complete a walk across France's River Seine along a slackline, a flat webbing similar to a tightrope, between the first level of the Eiffel Tower and Paris' Trocadero square.
The rope was suspended nearly 200 feet up in the air enabling Paulin to set a new record for the longest ever crossing made in an urban area.