Russian photographer Vitaly Raskalov, known on the web for his 'skywalking' exploits in which he scales man-made structures (without authorization) has added Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza to his list of conquests. And, as is his custom he has posted photos taken atop of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Raskalov and his companions managed to hide from armed guards and climb the pyramid undetected at night. Climbing the Great Pyramid is illegal of course but you can take a look at some of the images Raskalov captured below. (via Daily Mail)
Raskalov and his group captured some spectacular, but clearly illegal photos of the pyramids.
Raskalov's blog (in Russian) has all the photos and a post about this adventure. He has previously made rounds in the internet for his vertigo-inducing skywalking photos.
A view of the Pyramid of Khafre from the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Raskalov's companions perched atop one of the Seven Wonders of the World.