You know what they say - if you're afraid of heights, go to the highest mountain. For those having a chronic fear, here's an extreme solution - a chance to walk on the glass box, set up 1,035 meters (3,396 ft)...
Vitaliy Raskalov (20) and Vadim Makhorov (24), a fearless duo from Russia who are being referred to as “skywalkers”, have been travelling around Europe for a month in order to scale world’s most famous buildings and take incredible panoramic shots.
Eastern Europeans must have altered adrenaline glands! It hasn't been long since we shared heart-stopping photos of Russian skywalkers, and this time it's a former legal adviser Pavel from Ukraine that stops traffic and leaves people in awe. A 26-year-old rooftopper...
National Geographic photographer Joe McNally snapped a shot that some call “the mother of all rooftopping photos.” Standing atop the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, Joe shared this amazing photo on Instagram from about 820 meters high!
Be it climbing up as high as a 380-meter crane or a 22-storey building – two young Russians have got it all, and more, on their cameras. Vitaly Raskalov and Alexander Remnov call themselves skywalkers, and take pictures of each other...