The Vertical Horizon photo series provides stunning views of Hong Kong. Interestingly, a person simply needs to look up to enjoy some of these perpectives in person. Although it might not seem as epic in person as it does in these images, it is important to note that modern architecture like that showcased in the Vertical Horizon series doesn't get the appreciation it deserves sometimes.
Shot by French artist and photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze, the Vertical Horizon series "is a photographic journey between the buildings of a relentlessly growing city," as written on his website. Each image offers a vortex-like view since he has concentrated mainly on capturing the space between such tall structures. The result is a soaring glimpse of a world beyond glass and concrete.
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