David Blaine has just finished his latest stunt - living under water for a week. He trained for the challenge among the wildlife of the Cayman Islands.
Blaine entered his eight-foot human fish bowl on 1 May. For the next seven days, he was on display outside the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York.
A mask and air line kept Blaine alive, while food was provided through a tube.
The illusionist even posed for photographs with the public. Fiona Watson and her mother Jill from Swansea in South Wales sent this picture to the BBC News website.
Cleaners were employed to make sure the acrylic sphere was kept spotless for the cameras.
After five days underwater, the skin on Blaine's hands started to peel. Concerned doctors gave him special gloves to soothe the pain.
Blaine ended his challenge with an attempt to break the world record for holding breath under water while simultaneously escaping heavy chains.
Thousands of people came to witness the attempt. The current world record for holding breath under water stands at eight minutes and 58 seconds.
But divers had to remove Blaine from the water after he started struggling two minutes short of his nine-minute goal.
Appearing weak and shaken, the illusionist was taken to hospital. But he thanked his fans for their support.