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    Photographer Dennis Maitland Isn't Afraid of Heights Published: Jan 14, 12 References: dennismaitland and mymodernmet

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    Photographs from dizzying heights These vertigo-inducing images were taken by a real-life spider-man who scales derelict buildings in Detroit to take astonishing birds-eye shots. Daredevil Dennis Maitland, 24, climbs into lift shafts, up former office blocks and over the edge of balconies to snap his incredible photos, looking directly down.

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These vertigo-inducing images were taken by a real-life spider-man who scales derelict buildings in Detroit to take astonishing birds-eye shots. Daredevil Dennis Maitland, 24, climbs into lift shafts, up former office blocks and over the edge of balconies to snap his incredible photos, looking directly down.

These vertigo-inducing images were taken by Daredevil Dennis Maitland, 24 who scales derelict buildings in Detroit to take astonishing birds-eye shots. He climbs into lift shafts, up former office blocks and over the edge of balconies to snap his incredible photos, looking directly down.

Hopefully she is just an incredibly skillful climber seeking a better vantage point to view the surounding area from

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would NEVER do this but what an awesome shot! love how he included his feet in there for perspective. :)

For a moment, she owned the world and told the wind which way to blow.

afraid of heights? Don't look.

Working at high altitudes, Woolworth Building, New York, 1926

Everyday you remind me to see how big the world is.

"Wish you would step back from that ledge, my friend..."