These daredevils are certainly not scared of heights as they scale towers hundreds of metres tall in their quest for the perfect photo.
The photography movement called rooftopping involves thrill seekers climbing to the top of city skyscrapers, hanging off the edge and taking pictures of the spectacular view beneath them.
Disguising themselves so they can carry out their daring stunts, the thrill seekers avoid security and CCTV before climbing to the top of skyscrapers and hanging off the edge – photographing the evidence as proof of their antics.
In Hong Kong three brave climbers scaled a skyscraper to take the shot. Alexander Remnev who is a regular ‘rooftopper’ is using a selfie stick.
In the another picture the group have scaled the 450m and 89-storey Nanjing Zifeng Tower – but they certainly didn’t use the lift.
Instagrammer @sidorov made it to the first step on the spire on the 413.4m tall Dubai Princess Tower which is a 101 storey, residential-only skyscraper located in the Marina district of Dubai, UAE and is currently the 20th tallest in the world.
The masked daredevil is posing on top of a rooftop in Shenzhen in Guangdong Province, China high above the rest of the skyline.
Would you go to these lengths for the perfect selfie?