Looking Down On New York City From The Tops Of Skyscrapers

Navid Baraty climbed to the top of New York City skyscrapers and with a tripod and balls of steel leaning forward as far as he could, he shot street intersections in daily and night lights. The pictures are brilliant and now Baraty will be expanding the project to Paris.

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