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By SKYE Editors
Sep 10, 2012
You've heard the expression "reach for the stars." These people have reached for the sun, the moon and a lot of other things too.
Click through for wacky photos of people taking celestial bodies -- and other large objects -- into their own hands.
She looks happy now, but imagine how pleased she'd be if that moon was full.
It's not just the moon that begs to be touched. Not to put too fine a point on it, but the Empire State Building does too.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa needs a little help staying upright, and photo-happy tourists are always happy to lend a hand.
Doing yoga can be a great way to start the day. This guy took his sun salutation to a whole new level.
We could all use a little someone on our shoulder beckoning the huddled masses, couldn't we?
It's not always easy getting these posed photos just right. Exhibit A.
Astronauts aren't immune to goofy photos. Here, NASA astronaut Sunita Williams appears to touch the sun during a Sept. 5. 2012 spacewalk.
Sure, you could visit the Louvre to see the world's finest art. Or you could take funny photos.
New from the makers of spray-on sunblock: spray-on clouds.
Don't squeeze too hard.
Tens of thousands of people built the Egyptian pyramids at Giza over the course of 80 years. Not one of them ever posed for a photograph like this.
The Eiffel Tower is the tallest structure in Paris, but in this visitor's hands, it looks tiny.
Bright sun or glowing marble?
Even the Sphinx gets thirsty.
Sightseeing is so exhausting.
Behold the Statuette of Liberty.
Hope he's wearing sunblock.
Either the St. Louis Arch has shrunk, or that woman is almost 600 feet tall.
Warning: The sun is extremely hot. Do not try this at home.
Atlas may have held the weight of the world on his shoulders, but this guy had no trouble shouldering LACMA's 340-ton Levitated Mass.
Who knew the pyramids could be so cute?
well posed? someone's lazy eye got in the way of more than a few of them.
It's really quite amazing
So that's where all the people go in those space buggies? Finding more room to bury us I guess!
Now that you'r holding it ,is there a possibility it is cheese?
Watch out for shocks!!!
Is it heavy?
careful with the moon- *shattering sound* nice... lol
Don't miss a single drop.
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