Pictures of the day: 20 May 2011

Thrill-seeking Canadian photographer Tom Ryaboi is one of the pioneers of “rooftopping”, the practice of climbing to the tops of skyscrapers and shooting pictures off the edge.

Don’t look down: Vertigo-inducing photographs taken by daredevils who climb skyscrapers and then lean over the edge

Above the world: The stunning photography shots produce amazing results but photographers have to go to extreme lengths to capture the images

Don’t look down: Vertigo-inducing photographs taken by daredevils who climb skyscrapers and then lean over the edge

Cycling along the lakeshore I had to stop and take a closer look at the wonderful Pavilion in Sherbourne Commons.

Abstract: The streets and blocks of cities resemble an intangible urban jungle from above

Don’t look down: Vertigo-inducing photographs taken by daredevils who climb skyscrapers and then lean over the edge

Rooftopping is the heart-stopping photography movement which involves climbing to the top of skyscrapers and taking pictures of the spectacular view beneath them.

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