Vertical Horizon

Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer

French-born, Hong Kong–based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze presents a unique, worm’s eye view of Hong Kong with his new series, Vertical Horizon. Hong Kong is known for its high density architecture, with buildings rising up continuously as the city grows over the years. This photo series puts into perspective. (via acclaimmag)

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10 thoughts on “Vertical Horizon

  1. That last one is particularly incredible.

    …although now that “He’s everything you want, he’s everything you need” song is stuc in my head…

  2. woah, i would also love to learn how to take worm eye’s view photos, it’s really cool!

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