On Shun Hing Square in the Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen is the total 384 Meter high skyscraper Diwang Dasha. Three young men climbed onto the steel tips of this tower and this without any backup and double bottom. What makes Otto Normal viewer alone through reputation for elevated pulse and gasping, brings the extremsportelnden photographer probably only slightly sweating: „On the Roofs“ call the two main players Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, who are traveling around the world, to the highest heights to climb in urban realms and so to discover the cities of the world in a very special way. Who is afraid of heights and cities like New York, wants to look at Chicago and Rio de Janeiro from a completely new perspective, should the Visit the website of the guys…
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