'Real Men' Are Dangling Their Balls Over Scenic Views Because They Can

NSFW - dangling balls in full glory.

The pictures in this story are NSFW

Every once in a while - a new photo-taking trend comes along that causes us to scratch our heads. Several years ago, it was planking.

How did he get up there?!

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Now, there's a new trend that many people are going nuts (literally) for. It's called Nutscaping - a photo-taking trend involving taking a guy's testicle hovering over a majestic and scenic scenery.

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WARNING: You won't be able to unsee this.

WARNING: You won't be able to unsee this.

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Started in New Zealand in 2007, the Nutscapes website describes the trend as 'real selfies for men'. Clancy Philbrick, the founder said the website came from an enlightening trip of sorts to New Zealand.

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Such good composition.

Such good composition.

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“I was on a solo backpacking trip in the New Zealand,” he told BuzzFeed Life. “While on top of a mountain looking out at this amazing concave glacier in the distance, I felt a great gratitude for my surroundings and a primal urge to connect on a deeper level with Mother Nature. Next thing I knew I was taking a picture of my balls dipping into the negative space above a glacier.”

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He even has a rather detailed explanation at how the trend can cause social impact and how it has 'great artistic depth'

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Such soothing waters.

Such soothing waters.

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"I believe Nutscapes has great artistic depth because it touches upon both a low-brow vulgarity and a high-brow concept," Philbrick told Mashable in an email. "Simply, testes are f*cking funny. Always have been; always will be. They add humor to a subject matter, landscape photography, that is typically a little dry."

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While many would take this as a joke, Clancy seems pretty adamant that it would bring real social impact

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Some even had to brave chilly temperatures...

Some even had to brave chilly temperatures...

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“The positioning of testes looming over these landscapes proposes a lot of interesting questions in regards to mankind versus nature, stewardship, environmental responsibility, future progeny and masculine vulnerability,” he said.

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Likening these shots as selfies, he originally started with photos of his family jewels, he has started accepting submissions from other people

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Perfect symmetry.

Perfect symmetry.

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"The testes create a unique shift in the traditional regard for landscape photography, in which the subject is typically in the middle ground, while also clearly placing the photographer, a component that is almost always out of the frame, squarely within the photograph. It’s like a new selfie of sorts," Philbrick mused.

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So, how does one nutscape? Glad you asked because there's a handy guide on how it’s done.

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You know it's gonna be serious when there are "diagrams to come."

The nutscape Instagram acccount has been suspended.

But if you're really THAT curious, check out their Twitter page and website. Proceed with caution though, don't say we didn't warn you!

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Gotta admit, the stray pubes are pretty vomit inducing.

Meanwhile, a Canadian is launching an Indiegogo campaign to get a ballsack satchel mass produced. Don't ask why...

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This word we live in isn't short of weird stuff. For starters, how about a sport that involves playing with a dead goat carcass?

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