Dubai Skywalkers

Don’t look down! These are the incredible vertigo-inducing pictures taken by a daredevil teen dubbed the real life skywalker. Russian student Marat Dupri scales huge skyscrapers and dangles precariously over the edge in a bid to get the spectacular shots. The fearless 19-year-old, who bought his first camera just two years ago, started by climbing onto the roofs of houses before setting his sights even higher and opting for skyscrapers.

Don't look down! These are the incredible vertigo-inducing pictures taken by a daredevil teen dubbed the real life skywalker. Russian student Marat Dupri scales huge skyscrapers and dangles precariously over the edge in a bid to get the spectacular shots. The fearless 19-year-old, who bought his first camera just two years ago, started by climbing onto the roofs of houses before setting his sights even higher and opting for skyscrapers.

Don't look down! These are the incredible vertigo-inducing pictures taken by a daredevil teen dubbed the real life skywalker. Russian student Marat Dupri scales huge skyscrapers and dangles precariously over the edge in a bid to get the spectacular shots. The fearless 19-year-old, who bought his first camera just two years ago, started by climbing onto the roofs of houses before setting his sights even higher and opting for skyscrapers.

Don't look down! These are the incredible vertigo-inducing pictures taken by a daredevil teen dubbed the real life skywalker. Russian student Marat Dupri scales huge skyscrapers and dangles precariously over the edge in a bid to get the spectacular shots. The fearless 19-year-old, who bought his first camera just two years ago, started by climbing onto the roofs of houses before setting his sights even higher and opting for skyscrapers.

Don't look down! These are the incredible vertigo-inducing pictures taken by a daredevil teen dubbed the real life skywalker. Russian student Marat Dupri scales huge skyscrapers and dangles precariously over the edge in a bid to get the spectacular shots. The fearless 19-year-old, who bought his first camera just two years ago, started by climbing onto the roofs of houses before setting his sights even higher and opting for skyscrapers.