Aerialist Edward Clendon launches himself into his incredible silks performance at the Cirque Grande which is touring New Zealand.
Clendon, who has performed all over the world with The Dust Palace circus theatre company, performs a series of acrobatic manoeuvres high above the ground while entwined in two long lengths of silk.
Cirque Grande has just finished showing in Christchurch and is in Porirua from tomorrow.
Image 1 of 11: Circus performer, aerialist and acrobat Edward Clendon launches himself into his incredible silks. Photo / Alan Gibson
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