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Wintering in Antarctica is a one-way track. Unlike climbing Mount Everest, there is no option to quit or turn back. You must stay for nine months. Three in Total darkness. photo: Alexander Kumar

Wintering in Antarctica is a one-way track. Unlike climbing Mount Everest, there is no option to quit or turn back. You must stay for nine months. Three in Total darkness. photo: Alexander Kumar

A RUSSIAN daredevil has captured a vertigo-inducing selfie - while standing on top of a Dubai skyscraper. Nineteen-year-old Alexander Remnev scaled the Princess Tower - the worlds tallest residential building at 1,350ft - before getting his camera out to take these stomach-churning pictures. Alexander, who was on holiday in Dubai with friends, says they climbed a number of the citys towering skyline during the course of their stay. news, dubai, daredevil, selfie, vertigo, view dubaigallery

A RUSSIAN daredevil has captured a vertigo-inducing selfie - while standing on top of a Dubai skyscraper. Nineteen-year-old Alexander Remnev scaled the Princess Tower - the worlds tallest residential building at 1,350ft - before getting his camera out to take these stomach-churning pictures. Alexander, who was on holiday in Dubai with friends, says they climbed a number of the citys towering skyline during the course of their stay. news, dubai, daredevil, selfie, vertigo, view dubaigallery

A RUSSIAN daredevil has captured a vertigo-inducing selfie - while standing on top of a Dubai skyscraper. Nineteen-year-old Alexander Remnev scaled the Princess Tower - the worlds tallest residential building at 1,350ft - before getting his camera out to take these stomach-churning pictures. Alexander, who was on holiday in Dubai with friends, says they climbed a number of the citys towering skyline during the course of their stay. news, dubai, daredevil, selfie, vertigo, view dubaigallery

A RUSSIAN daredevil has captured a vertigo-inducing selfie - while standing on top of a Dubai skyscraper. Nineteen-year-old Alexander Remnev scaled the Princess Tower - the worlds tallest residential building at 1,350ft - before getting his camera out to take these stomach-churning pictures. Alexander, who was on holiday in Dubai with friends, says they climbed a number of the citys towering skyline during the course of their stay. news, dubai, daredevil, selfie, vertigo, view dubaigallery

Been there last summer! it looks so pretty in winter too :)  Flåm fjord ++ photography : dave appleby

Been there last summer! it looks so pretty in winter too :) Flåm fjord ++ photography : dave appleby

A RUSSIAN daredevil has captured a vertigo-inducing selfie - while standing on top of a Dubai skyscraper. Nineteen-year-old Alexander Remnev scaled the Princess Tower - the worlds tallest residential building at 1,350ft - before getting his camera out to take these stomach-churning pictures. Alexander, who was on holiday in Dubai with friends, says they climbed a number of the citys towering skyline during the course of their stay. news, dubai, daredevil, selfie, vertigo, view dubaigallery

A RUSSIAN daredevil has captured a vertigo-inducing selfie - while standing on top of a Dubai skyscraper. Nineteen-year-old Alexander Remnev scaled the Princess Tower - the worlds tallest residential building at 1,350ft - before getting his camera out to take these stomach-churning pictures. Alexander, who was on holiday in Dubai with friends, says they climbed a number of the citys towering skyline during the course of their stay. news, dubai, daredevil, selfie, vertigo, view dubaigallery

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