Dubai-based photographer Gerald Donovan went to the top of the tallest skyscraper in the world — the 830m tall Burj Khalifa — just in time to watch a sand storm engulfing the city. It wasn't a pleasant experience, but he captured it on this video.
Watch A Sand Storm From The Top Of The Tallest Building In The World
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