Russian photographers Vitaly Raskalov and Alexander Remnev take photography to a whole new level (literally), with their photographs of "skywalking." What's skywalking, you ask? It's an incredibly dangerous fad that has caught on in Russia. Essentially, unharnessed and unequipped climbers/photographers scale the nearest man-made structure and then take photographs of themselves with the view once they have arrived at the highest point. In the case of Raskalov and Remnev, harsh weather, trespassing laws, and potential death aren't barriers in the pursuit of this form of photography. Sure, these adrenaline junkies produce some uncommon landscapes and stunning selfies, but is the risk worth the art? You decide.