Russia from Above

Russia from Above


Russia from Above

If you suffer from vertigo, you might want to consider hitting your
browser’s back button…  This stunning, scary collection of “Skywalking
Photography” shows a duo of daredevils high above their native Russian
soil.  They scale construction cranes, church steeples, radio towers,
skyscrapers and more, inserting themselves in these unique portraits. 
These images are not only daring in production, they’re photographically
artful in execution.  This is more than just the work of two daring
individuals, it is the work of two gifted photographers who will conquer
just bout any fear to get the perfect shot.  These artists, Vitaly
Raskalov and Alexander Remnov, deserve high praise indeed.  [via whudat]

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