(CNN) Most people like to sit on the beach and enjoy the view. For tightrope walker Nik Wallenda, it's better 125 feet above the ground.
Without a harness or a safety net, Wallenda walked across a tightrope Thursday afternoon above the Atlantic City Boardwalk. The rope was a width of a nickel, but for Wallenda, this wasn't anything too scary.
In June, he was the first man to walk across the Niagara Falls in just 26 minutes.
He's part of a long-line of dare-devils, seven generations to be exact, called the Flying Wallendas. Wallenda says his grandfather always said "life is on the wire".