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Beautiful cityscape photos by and of thrill-seekers who are far too comfortable atop skyscrapers [15 pics]

November 8, 2013 | By Abraham | 6 comments

Along with his street and travel photography, Tom Ryobai has an ongoing series of “Rooftopping,” which involves him and his friends doing exactly what it sounds like it would.

Now, the internet is full of crazy people climbing terrifyingly tall structures and then taking pictures and video of their exploits. But Ryobai’s work seems to take this horrifying hobby and move it into the realm of fine art.

Check out some of his spectacular and vertigo-inducing photos…

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See more at Ryobai’s site.

(via My Modern Met)

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6 Comments

  1. richard says:

    I believe tom was the first to bring attention to this so it would make sense that his work has matured to fine art.

    He’s been doing it the longest

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