Vadim Mahora and Vitali Raskalovym, known for the insane feat of scaling the Great Pyramid of Giza (illegally, albeit), have returned from a month in Europe with photos that aren't for the faint of heart. Taken from the edges of skyscrapers, these images will scare the shit out of anyone the slightest bit afraid of heights.
The first image was taken from the top of a skyscraper in Barcelona, where they ascended to the top of the Sagrada Familia, which—after 130 years—is still under construction. Anyone brave enough to do that deserves a free stay—or a trip to jail, where these two daredevils ended up at least once during their adventure.
They had more fun than you did on their summer vacation. You can see the rest of that fun here.